CONSUSED!!!!HELP
posted by Tori .
What is the prime factorization for 63 using The factorization tree??

63
/ /
(3) 21
/ /
(7)(3)
3^2*7 
thanks can you help me with the same type but using 36 and 245??

sure,
36
//
6 6
// //
(3) (2) (3) (2)
3^2*2^2
245
//
(5) 49
//
(7) (7)
7^2*5
let me know if ur confused at all, I hope this helps :) 
Tori  it's your turn now to try doing it yourself.

i have tried like six time can1t get it through my head what to do i guess i need to ask my teacher tommorow!
Thanks for all your help... and no the graph was not confuing it was just fine!!
thanks, T 
no problem, glad to help, good luck talking to your teacher tomorrow!!
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