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Q: Could you use decimals in a factor tree?

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109 109 x 1 This is all there is to the factor tree, because 109 is a prime number. Normally, I wouldn't use 1 in a factor tree, but I do in this case to make it clear that I have done a factor tree, since 109 is only divisible by itself and 1.

to measure the amount of food ingredients, but you could also do this in fractions.

165 55,3 11,5,3

Use a factor tree to break apart numbers.ie. 12...../ \....2 6....../ \.....2 3The prime factors of 12 are 2, 2, and 3.

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The factor tree for the number 956 would be written out as 2*2*239. To find the factor tree you can use a factor tree calculator to get the answer you need.

Two pairs.

use a factor tree

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u could use 2 and 8 or 4 and 4

A factor tree is a representation of the process of finding the prime factorization of a given number.

Use a factor tree. 55 5,11

It doesn't factor unless you typed it in wrong. If you mean 6x^2-1 it still doesn't factor without the use of decimals

you use a factor tree

No because you have to have a prime number besides 1 like 2,5,7 because every time you use a factor tree and you put a 1 as prime you keep getting one every time.So one can not be use as a factor when doing a factor tree.

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