91 cannot be in the prime factorization of any number because it is not a Prime number itself.
The prime factorization is... 2x2x2x2x2x5x5
Prime factorization is dividing a number by prime numbers (starting with 2) until you reach a final, last number (has to be a prime number. So 670 = 2 x 5 x 67. In this case there is no repetition of any number, thus there is no need for exponents.
The prime number is the prime factorization. For example, the prime factorization of the prime number 3 is 3. Get it?
Yes. Any prime number greater than 100 has only itself in its prime factorization. Examples: The prime factorization of 101 is 101. The prime factorization of 109 is 109. The prime factorization of 127 is 127. The prime factorization of 311 is 311. The prime factorization of 691 is 691.
The prime factorization of 92 is 2x2x23.
In general, you cannot.
The prime factorization.
Keep dividing until all the factors are prime.
It is called simplification.
Keep dividing the original number by smaller prime numbers until the results are all prime.
The prime factorization is: 11 x 107 x 1489
It is: 2*2*5*7 = 140 by dividing it by each prime number that has no remainder
No. Every composite number has one unique prime factorization. You can write it with or without exponents, but it's still the same prime factorization.
Keep dividing by 5. 5 x 5 x 5 = 125
One way to get prime factorization is to try dividing the given number by primes. The following division by primes gives the prime factors 2x19x23x31 for 27094:27094/2 = 1354713547/19 = 713713/23 = 3131 is prime
The prime factorization of 32 is 25. The prime factorization of 323 is 215. Notice the relationship between the exponents. If you want all the factors, just keep dividing 32,768 by two.
You can't have prime factorization without having a number to factor.