Q: How do you calculate the prime factor of 200?

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There are no factors of 200, prime or otherwise, that are larger than 200.

2 x 2 x 2 x 5 = 40

35 can be a factor, but it is not prime.

81 is not prime. Its prime factorization is 3x3x3x3.

There is no factorization. 37 is a prime number.37 is already prime. Its only prime factor is itself.

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2 is the smallest prime factor of 200.

The largest prime factor (LPF) = biggest number which can be divided into the given number with no remainder. The largest prime factor of 200 is 5. The prime factors of 200 are: 23 x 52 = 200

19 is a prime number, but it is not a factor of 200.

There are no factors of 200, prime or otherwise, that are larger than 200.

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200 = 2 * 2 * 2 * 5 * 5

200 100,2 50,2,2 25,2,2,2 5,5,2,2,2

25 is the greatest common factor. 5 is the greatest prime factor.

Besides 1, no. 121 is prime factored as 112 and 200 is prime factored as 23 X 52.

As a product of its prime factors in exponents: 2^3 times 5^2 = 200