Q: What 3 prime numbers when multiplied equals 20?

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760 is not a prime number, and therefore has many factors: 1, 760 2, 380 4, 190 5, 152 8, 95 10, 76 19, 40 38, 20

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The prime factors of 20 are 2x2x5.

The prime numbers of 20 are 2, 2 and 5. (2*2*5 = 20)

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The numbers are: 80 and -20

2 x 2 x 5 = 20

3,5and11

5 x 5 20 + 5 30 - 5 125 ÷ 5

These are the prime numbers 1-20 2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19

760 is not a prime number, and therefore has many factors: 1, 760 2, 380 4, 190 5, 152 8, 95 10, 76 19, 40 38, 20

11 multiplied by 20 is 220.

575 multiplied by 20 is 11,500.

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Prime factors are prime numbers that are multiplied with other numbers (taht could possibly be prime) to make a product. Prime factorisation is the process of finding the prime numbers that create another number when they are multiplied together. Example of Prime Factorisation: 20 2x10 2x2x5 The prime factors found are 2,2, and 5. When multiplying these together, you will get 20. The process of finding these prime numbers is called factorisation.

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