Q: What is the factor rainbow of 38?

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the factor rainbow of 4 is 1,2,4

You do a factor rainbow to find a prime factorization. You compare prime factorizations to find a greatest common factor.

The greatest common factor of 38 and 76 is 38.

The largest prime factor of 38 is 19.

43 is a prime number and doesn't have a rainbow because it only has one prime factor: itself.

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the factor rainbow of 4 is 1,2,4

how do u do 28 in a factor rainbow

No, the number 38 is not a factor of 100.

You do a factor rainbow to find a prime factorization. You compare prime factorizations to find a greatest common factor.

38 does not divide into 8 so, 8 is not a factor of 38.

The greatest common factor of 38 and 76 is 38.

The factor pairs for 38 are (1, 19) and (2, 38).

A factor rainbow will show all of the factors. A factor pair is just 2 numbers that are factors of the number you want to find.

A factor rainbow is a means of notating the process of finding the prime factorization of a given number.

38 is.