Q: What is a factor tree and how do you know when a factor tree a completed?

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A factor tree is when you get a number, say, 180 and pick any numbers ( which are factors of the number), here is an example.180/ \30 6/ \ / \6 5 2 3/ \2 3When you look at the tree you see the numbers below it are factors of that number. However, you do not keep adding numbers below it if it is prime. Prime means that the number's factors are just one and the number itself (ex. 17: 1,17

IT IS PRIME there is no factor tree

The factor tree of 50:5025,25,5,25025,25,5,2

When the lowest branch consists entirely of prime numbers.

there is NO factor tree (prime factorization) of 29.

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All the numbers are prime

When the lowest branch consists entirely of prime numbers.

last number should be a prime number

If completed correctly, the bottom branch of a factor tree will be the prime factorization of the number at the top.

17, being a prime number, has one prime factor, itself. Whether you call that one branch or no branches, it won't be a tree.

A factor tree is a way to notate the process of finding the prime factorization. If completed successfully, the bottom row (branch) will display the prime factorization of the number you started with.

A factor tree is when you get a number, say, 180 and pick any numbers ( which are factors of the number), here is an example.180/ \30 6/ \ / \6 5 2 3/ \2 3When you look at the tree you see the numbers below it are factors of that number. However, you do not keep adding numbers below it if it is prime. Prime means that the number's factors are just one and the number itself (ex. 17: 1,17

we can find the balance factor of highty balance tree with height of left subtree- height of right sub tree

When the bottom branch consists entirely of prime numbers.

IT IS PRIME there is no factor tree

Factor tree of 204

factor tree of 216