Q: What are the answers on mathamagic 5 page 185 6?

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18-5 = 13

If 5 and 37 are multiplied, the answer would be 185.

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185/5 = 37

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The prime factorization of 185 is 37 x 5

The factors are 1, 5, 37, and 185. Factoring 185: 185 is actually an easy number to factor (or break down) into primes.1. This is done using division. The first step is to divide 185 by some small number that you know is prime. Clearly, 185 is divisible by 5. Do that division.2. Because 185 is evenly divisible by 5, and 5 is a prime number, then 5 is a prime factor of 185. If there's anything that you take away from this answer here, this is the most important thing. It's the definition of prime factors.3. After the division by 5, you have an answer left over, the quotient. Now you need to factor that quotient, if it is not already prime, by going to back to step one and using a trial division.4. Repeat 1-3 until you cant divide the answers further, and all you have left are prime numbers. When you multiply these numbers together, you will get 185 if you did everything correctly.HINT: 185 has only 2 prime factors, 5 and 37Prime factors of 185 are 5 and 37

37 x 5 = 185

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Yes it is because 185 ends with a 5.

18-5 = 13

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