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Q: What is the smallest natural number that has three distinct prime factors in its factorization?

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8 has three primes (2x2x2) in its factorization, and 30 is the smallest number having three different primes (2x3x5) in its factorization.

...I keep finding the same questions that are on geometry extra credit.. the exact same questions. O_o

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A natural number that is NOT a perfect square has an even number of factors. 10=1x10 2x5 four 36=1x36 2x18 3x12 4x9 6

In discrete math, solution are distinct and separated. For example we look at how many ways something can happen,and that number is a natural number. We look at how many ways to color a graph and the answers are distinct. When we look at solutions in many other areas of math, the answers are not distinct, we may have an answer like Pi, or square root of 2.In stats, we can look at the temperature as a variable and let is take on any value, not just integers. In calculus, which is not discrete, the answers are rarely distinct natural numbers.

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It is 2310.

2*3*5 = 30

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The three smallest prime numbers are 2, 3, and 5. 2*3*5=30, which would be the smallest applicable number.

8 has three primes (2x2x2) in its factorization, and 30 is the smallest number having three different primes (2x3x5) in its factorization.

Answer16 is the smallest natural number that has exactly five factors; which are: 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16. Only squares have an odd number of factors.

2,3,5,7pe your answer here...

4? the factors of 4 are 1,4 and 2

It is in fact 72

It is 2^6 = 64.

3*5*7*9 = 945 ...check if any number less than that has exactly four distinct factors.

Logically, the smallest number with 4 different prime factors would have to be the product of the smallest four prime numbers. So the smallest natural number with four different prime factors is 210 (2*3*5*7).

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