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Homework Help: 6th grade math

Posted by STUDENT on Thursday, September 29, 2011 at 1:50am.

i have to make a conjecture on if there is more or less than 50 numbers that can be written as product of 3 digit numbers w/o using the number 1 more than once as a factor. Example: 10 can be 1*2*5 and 24 can be 2*3*4

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