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Q: What is a factor tree for 65?

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The greatest common factor of 65 and 195 is 65.

The Greatest Common Factor (GCF) is: 65

IT IS PRIME there is no factor tree

The greatest common factor of 26 and 65 is 13.13x2=2613x5=65

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

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A factor tree of 1575: 1575 / \ 5 325 / \ 5 65 / \ 5 13 Answer: 5*5*5*13 or 13*53

First, look for a factor. The most obvious would be 5, because the number ends in a five, so must be divisible by 5. 65/5 = 13, so the other factor will be 13. So 65 / \ 5 13 and since both 5 and 13 are prime numbers, the tree can't go on any further.

520 / \ 2 260 / \ 130 2 / \ 65 2 / \ 5 13

130 = 2 x 65 = 2 x 5 x 13

The greatest common factor of 65 and 195 is 65.

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