Q: How do I write 140 as the product of its prime numbers?

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There are 34 prime numbers under 140.

If the product of three numbers is 140, then we can write 140 as aXbXc. Let a be 10 and let b be 2. Then 140 equals 10X2Xc, or 7 equals c. Thus, the remaining number is 7.

The numbers 149, 151 and 157 are prime.

2 x 2 x 5 x 7 = 140

131, 137 and 139

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22 • 5 • 7 = 140

The prime numbers (factors) of 140 are: 2,5,7

There are 34 prime numbers under 140.

If the product of three numbers is 140, then we can write 140 as aXbXc. Let a be 10 and let b be 2. Then 140 equals 10X2Xc, or 7 equals c. Thus, the remaining number is 7.

The prime numbers between 130 and 140 are 131, 137, and 139.

It is 7 because as a product of its prime factors: 2*2*5*7 = 140 or as 22*5*7 = 140

140 = 2 x 2 x 5 x 7 = 22 x 5 x 7

The numbers 149, 151 and 157 are prime.

149 is the only prime number betweeen 140 and 150.

140 = 2 x 2 x 5 x 7

There are infinitely many such product pairs.

They are 2 and 140 because their LCM is 140 and their product is 280