Q: Find the prime factors of 87 using prime factorization?

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Prime factorization is when you find all the prime factors of a number.

its when you find the factors of a prime number and multiply them by 10.

37 is already prime. 93 is 3 x 31 There are no prime factors in common, the GCF is 1.

Prime factors are only found in whole numbers or integers

Draw the prime factorization table and put both the numbers on it. Find common prime factors and divide both of them writing the products down. Do this until the quotients are either 1 or any prime number. Write down all the factors used and it will be the prime factorization. Multiply them and you will find the LCM of the numbers. Here, 18,21 6,7...................(/3) Prime factorization=6*7*3 LCM=42*3=126

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That is not what prime factorization is for.

Visualize the prime factorization of 10. (2 x 5) Since 10,000 is 104, the prime factorization of 10,000 will be 24 x 54.

Prime factorization is when you find all the prime factors of a number.

As a product of its prime factors using exponents: 2^3 times 3 times 5 = 120

2 and 13 are its prime factors.

you use prime factorization

You don't find the prime factorization by using exponents, they're just a shorthand for notation once you find it. The prime factorization of 900 is 22 x 32 x 52

its when you find the factors of a prime number and multiply them by 10.

Once you have the prime factorization, it is much easier to find the factors, the proper factors, the GCF and LCM.

The prime factorization of 140 is: 2 x 2 x 5 x 7

it is easier to find the prime factorization because you do not have to keep multiplying over and over and over again!!!!

The prime factorization.