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Q: What prime numbers can you multiply together to equal 108?

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You will need to multiply six prime numbers to obtain 400: 400 = 5*5*2*2*2*2

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1597 is a prime number. You cannot multiply prime numbers to create another prime number.

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you multiply the numbers together, which is 18

Multiply them together.

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As a product of its prime numbers: 2*2*2*2*19 = 304

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2 and 11 are the prime numbers that when multiplied together equal 22.