1. Find out which numbers multiply together to reach the target number, then find out which numbers multiply together to make the numbers that multiply together to reach the target number.
Prime Factorization is finding which prime numbers multiply together to make the original number.
Multiply together two or more prime numbers.
All numbers have factors. These are numbers that multiply together to make the original number. Some of those factors are prime numbers. A number is prime if it only has two factors: one and the number itself.
3 & 23 are the numbers you're looking for ! 3 x 23 = 69
The three prime numbers which multiply to make 231 are 3 x 7 x 11.
As a product of its prime factors: 2*3*3*3 = 54 or as 2*33 = 54
12167 has only one prime factor (23) so the question, as asked, cannot be answered.
13*31=403 13 and 31 are prime numbers.
111 = 3*37
As 41 is a prime number, the only two positive whole numbers that multiply together to make 41 are 1 and 41: 1 x 41 = 41
As a product of its prime factors: 2*2*5*5*7 = 700
The numbers are 4 and 13
The numbers are: -5 and 3
They are: 29*43 = 1247
No. Prime factors are the numbers that make up other numbers, but they have to be prime. Prime factorisation is the process of finding the prime numbers that create a number. This is when you multiply the prime numbers together and the product is the original number. For example: 20 5x4 5x2x2 This process is called prime factorisation. In this case, the prime numbers are 2, 2, and 5.
Prime factorization is a list of all the primes that multiply to make the original number. Thus to find that number you just multiply all these numbers together. In this case we have 2, 2, 7 and 7, so multiply them together to get: 2x2x7x7 = 296. Therefore, 2x2x7x7 is the prime factorization of 296.
225 cannot be factorised into the product of only 3 prime numbers.
Prime factorization of 99 = 3 * 3 * 11
The three prime numbers that make 455 when multiplied are 5 x 7 x 13.
-5 and 3
5 and -3
That depends whether you want to add the numbers, to multiply them, or what.