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55 and its multiples.

1, 5, and 55 are all in both the 5 times and 11 times tables.

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Q: What numbers are in the 5 times tables and 11 times tables?
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What is 275 as a product of prime numbers?

A way to do this is to spot any obvious prime factors. In this case, 275 ends in a 5 and so is divisible by 5. Doing that gives 275/5 = 55. This is now clearly the product of 5 and 11, from times tables. Thus 275 as a product of prime numbers is 5x5x11

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