Q: What is the factor tree for the number 68?

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68 34,2 17,2,2 2^2 x 17 = 68

68 34,2 17,2,2

68 34,2 17,2,2 2^2 x 17 = 68

68 34,2 17,2,2 2 x 2 x 17 = 68

(68, 1) (34, 2) (17, 4)

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68 34,2 17,2,2 2^2 x 17 = 68

factor tree of 68:(68) = 2 * (34)(34) = 2 * 17so prime factors are 2 * 2 * 17

68 34,2 17,2,2

68 34,2 17,2,2

68 34,2 17,2,2

68 / \ 2x34 / \ 2x17

68 /\ 2 34 /\ 2 17

68 34,2 17,2,2 2^2 x 17 = 68

It looks like an upside-down tree - which is how it gets its name.

68 34,2 17,2,2 2 x 2 x 17 = 68

(68, 1) (34, 2) (17, 4)

The purpose of a factor tree is to notate the process of finding the prime factorization. If a number is already prime, a factor tree is not necessary.