In exponents: 25*33 = 864
Yes, 3 is a prime factor of 33.
Three is 33's lowest prime factor.
33 is not a factor of 72.
What is the product of th e prime factor 344
As a product of its prime factors: 3 times 11 = 33
A prime factorization expresses an integer as a product of prime factors.
No. By definition, the product has a proper factor - the prime.
Because 33 isn't prime. It is divisible by 3 and 11.
1 is not prime, so it can't be a prime factor.
They are: 3*11 = 33
express 5610 as the product of prime factors
47 as a product of prime factors is: 47. [47 is a prime number, so it only has itself as a prime factor - note 1 is NOT a prime number.]
As a product of its prime factors: 2*47 = 94
11 and 3
They are 3, 11
3 and 11
Its prime factor is 2 and as a product of its prime factor 2 to the power of 7 = 128
Divide the number by it's lowest prime factor possible continuosly until you get a one. The numbers will then be the prime factors. For example: Take the number 66. 2 is the smallest prime number and it is a factor of 64. So 66/2 = 33. 33 is not divisible by 2 so we take the next lowest prime factor: 33/3 = 11. 11 is divisible by nothing but itself and so 11 is the next lowest prime factor (remember we always need the answer to remain an integer): 11/11 = 1. Therefore 66 = 2 x 3 x 11.
A prime number has only one prime factor, and that prime factor is the number itself.
33 = 3 x 11
33 = 3 x 11
write the number 14as a product of prime factor?