Q: 135 as a prime factor

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No, because it has the prime factor 3 x 3 x 3 x 5. A prime number contains no prime factors other than itself.

The factor pairs of 135 are: 1, 135 3, 45 5, 27 9, 15

The greatest common factor of 110 and 135 is 5

Prime numbers between 135 and 145 are: 137 and 139.

The GCF (Greatest Common Factor) of 54 and 135 is: 27

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As a product of its prime factors: 3*3*3*5 = 135

No. 15 is a common factor

Since 15 is a factor of 135, it is automatically the GCF.

Just 3.

For 51, 3 and 17. For 81, 3. For 135, 3 and 5.

81 is equivilant to 3^4135 is equivilant to 5*(3^3)Therefore the only prime factor of 81 and 135 is 3

.....135 ..../......\ ...9.......45 .../\......./\ 3...3...3...5 135 = 3 x 3 x 3 x 5

The GCF of 18, 99, and 135 is 9.The prime factorization of 18 is 2*3*3The prime factorization of 99 is 3*3*11The prime factorization of 135 is 5*3*3*3Thus the GCF of 18, 99 and 135 is 9.

Find the HCF of 135 and 165 prime factor method

No, because it has the prime factor 3 x 3 x 3 x 5. A prime number contains no prime factors other than itself.

45x3=135 45x10=450 3 is a the smallest (prime) number that is a factor of 135 and 450 so the greatest common divisor is 45.

If 135 was a prime number its only factors would be 1 and 135, but by ending in a 5 that means 5 is a factor which means it cant be a prime number, so its factors are atleast (may be more) 1,5,27,135 which makes it composite.