Q: What is prime factorization of 38 using exponents?

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1 is the greatest and only common factor of 15 and 38. The prime factorization of 15 is 3*5. The prime factorization of 38 is 2*19

The greatest common factor of 38 and 57 is 19. The prime factorization of 38 is 2*19 The prime factorization of 57 is 3*19 So the GCF is 19.

68 34,2 17,2,2 38 19,2

First of all both numbers are expressed as the product of primes. Prime factorization of 28 = 2 x 2 x 7 Prime factorization of 38 = 2 x 19 As it can be seen only 2 is common in prime factorization of both numbers. 2 is the only number except 1 that goes into 28 and 38. So, GCF(28, 38) = 2.

2 x 19 = 38 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 81

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54*38 = 4100625 in prime exponents

As a product of its prime factors in exponents: 22*38 = 26244

The prime factorization of 38 is 2 x 19.

The prime factors of 38 are 19 and 2. Since 1 isn't prime or composite, 1 cannot be a prime factor of 38.

The GCD is 38. You can find it with a calculator, using prime factorization with exponents, or using one of the many on-line GCD calculators.You can also list the factors of both numbers and find the largest one that they have in common.

38 2,19 2 x 19 = 38

1 is the greatest and only common factor of 15 and 38. The prime factorization of 15 is 3*5. The prime factorization of 38 is 2*19

2 and 19

I can't draw a factor tree here 76 / 2 = 38 38 / 2 = 19 Prime factorization is 2, 2, 19

2 x 19 = 38

The greatest common factor of 38 and 57 is 19. The prime factorization of 38 is 2*19 The prime factorization of 57 is 3*19 So the GCF is 19.