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1) Write 2^2 * 3 * 5 as a natural number? I get 60 is it right or should i put 4*3*5= 60
2) Write 420 as the product of its prime factors in exponent form?
What do i have to do ?
1) Write 2^2 * 3 * 5 as a natural number? I get 60 is it right or should i put 4*3*5= 60
2) Write 420 as the product of its prime factors in exponent form?
What do i have to do ?
60 is a natural number
420=divide by 2
2*210
2*2*105
divide by 5
2*2*5*51
divide by 17
2*2*5*17*3
2^2 * 3 *5* 17
so its 17, 5 and 2?
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