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Q: What prime numbers can be multiplied to equal 32?

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-32 = -25The only prime factor of -32 is 2. Negative numbers can't have prime factorizations.

3 and 5. 225 = 3 x 3 x 5 x 5 which can also be written 32 x 52.

The numbers below are the factor pairs of 4,096 (multiplied together they equal 4,096): (1, 4096) (2, 2048) (4, 1024) (8, 512) (16, 256) (32, 128) (64, 64)

There is no GCF of 32 and 81 because no prime numbers go into either 32 or 81

Basically, a factors of a larger number are the factors which theoretically 'make up' the number. Factors are the prime numbers when multiplied together, give the final product. e.g. 2x2x2x2x2 are the prime factors of 32 as 2 (prime) is the simplest form. However, when the number for example is 7, there is only one factor as 7 is a prime number itself.

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32 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2

No, factors must be multiplied. The only prime factor of 32 is 2.

They don't exist. 45 = 3*3*5 = 32*5.

360 = 23 x 32 x 5 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 3 x 5 so there are 6 prime numbers that are equal to 360 when multiplied not 3

How about: 3+29 = 32

-30

3125 and 32

How about: 32*5 = 160 as an example

-958

These are the pairs of numbers that when multiplied are equal to 64: (1, 64) (2, 32) (4, 16) (8, 8)

153 is equal to 9 x 17, or 32 x 17.

-8 and -4

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