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Q: What is the prime factorization of 111 using exponents?

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111 = 31 x 371

111 = 31 x 371

23 x 111 = 88

It is: 21*71*111 = 154

231 = 31*71*111

24 x 54 x 111

33 = 31 x 111

3 x 37 No exponents required.

2=5 * * * * * 231 = 31*71*111

66 = 21 x 31 x 111

6,237 = 34 x 71 x 111

110 = 21 x 51 x 111

1,925 = 52 x 71 x 111

111 = 31 x 371

3 x 37

31 x 371

66 = 21 x 31 x 111 (but no exponents are necessary).

It is: 24*51*111 = 880

111 = 31 x 371

51 x 111

Prime factorization of 111 is 3 x 37.

It is: 32*111 = 99

Exponents are not needed but it would be 21 x 51 x 111

22 is 11 x 2 and both 11 and 2 are prime numbers. So we write the prime factorization as 2 x 11. Now the question asks for exponents, but it appears none are there. In fact, 11 can be also written as 111 and the same with 2. So you can write 22 = 111 x 21 . Most people don't write it this way, but it does tell you that there is one 11 and one 2 in the prime factorization.

The prime factorization of 275 is 52 x 111.