Q: What is the prime factorization of 47 using exponents?

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141 = 3 * 47

188 = 2 * 2 * 47 = 22 * 47

282 = 2 * 3 * 47

26 x 47 = 3008

The prime factorization of 94 is 2 x 47.

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141 = 3 * 47

94 = 2*47

There are no exponents. The prime factors are 2 and 47, so the factorization is just 2 x 47.

3^2 x 47

Exponents are not needed. 94 = 2 x 47

There is no prime factorization of 47 since it is a prime number. It's only factors are 1 and 47.

47 is prime, so its factorization is 47 = 47 x 1

The prime factorization of 141 is 47*2.

Itself because 47 is a prime number

Prime factorization refers to whole numbers, not decimals.

141 = 3 x 47

No it isn't. 235/5 = 47 and 47 is a prim number. 235 isn't a prime number so it isn't a prim factorization. The real factorization is 47 * 5.