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Q: Does matter what two factors you select to complet a factor tree?

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It doesn't matter what you select to start, but all the factors must be prime at the completion.

no it does not matter what two factors you select to complete a factor tree (i just learned that today in class :D)

It doesn't matter which two you start with, as long as all the factors are prime when you finish.

121: 11-11 132: 2-2-3-11 Great common factor: 11 Method(s) used: # (used) The method to find the greatest common factor of numbers is to find the prime factorizations of each one, select all matching prime factors, and then multiply. # An alternative method is to find all of the factors of each, and then select the greatest number that appears in each list. # The final method only applies to some numbers; if one of the number is a factor of the other, then that number is the greatest common factor. This is because all numbers are factors of themselves, and that is their greatest factor. If it is also a factor of the other number, then it is definitely the greatest common factor.

Example: 30 and 42 Factor them. 2 x 3 x 5 = 30 2 x 3 x 7 = 42 Select the common factors. 2 x 3 = 6, the GCF

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It doesn't matter what two factors you select to start a factor tree. As long as you do it correctly, the bottom branch will always be all prime numbers.

no

Yes, but it doesn't matter what two factors you select to start one.

It doesn't matter what factors you select to start a factor tree. The only thing that matters about completing it is that all the factors are prime.

It doesn't matter what you select to start, but all the factors must be prime at the completion.

nope it does not matter what 2 factors you choose.

It's not where you start, it's where you finish. It doesn't matter what factors you select to start a factor tree, as long as all the factors are prime when you finish.

no it does not matter what two factors you select to complete a factor tree (i just learned that today in class :D)

Yes, but it doesn't matter what two you select to start one.

nope it does not matter what 2 factors you choose.

Not particularly, as long as they are prime.

No, as long as all the factors are prime when you're done.

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