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the prime factorization in powers of primes of the number: 16380.

5460 to the power of three
is this correct

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    5460 is not a prime number. You must keep dividing.

    5460 = 10 * 546
    ~ 10 = 2*5
    546 = 6 * 91
    ~ 6 = 2*3
    91 = 7 * 13

    So you have 2^2 * 3^2 * 5^1 * 7^1 * 13^1

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