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posted by Sue .
If a composite number has the first five prime numbers as factors, what is the smallest number it could be? Write that number's prime factorization.

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What are the "first five prime numbers"?
1 is not counted as a prime number. 
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Minecrafterking
Prime numbers is something you cant like add up. 7 for example you cant do 4*2 and get 7 it gets 8 you cant get it
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