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Q: Why the number 33 is not a prime factor?

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33 is not a prime number because 3 x 11 = 33.

Answer: 33 Prime factors from 11 is 11, and prime factor from 33 is 3 and 11. Then you multiply each prime factor the greatest number of times it appears in either number. There for 11 appears once in each so 11 (1 time) times 3 which only appears once.

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