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Q: When will a product be more than the two factors?

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117 = 3*39, a product of two integers which are larger than 1.

117 = 3*39, a product of two integers greater than 1.

No because it has more than two factors and as a product of its prime factors: 23*127 = 2921

A composite number is an integer which is the product of two or more integers which greater than 1.

A composite number has more than two factors.

The factors are greater than the product.

No.

A product.

20 = 4*5Thus it can be expressed as a product of two integers each of which is larger than 1.

If the two numbers have no prime factors in common, their LCM will be their product. If there are prime factors in common, their LCM will be less than their product.

If there are no prime factors in common, the LCM will be the product of the two numbers. If common factors exist, the LCM will be less. It will never be more.

two factors is a binomial three factors is a trinomial four of more is a polynomial the product of any of these is just a polynomial

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