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Of the following products, which has the most prime factors?

a)1*121 B)11*15
C)7*19 D)6*35

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    d)6*35

    prime factors of a: 11,11
    prime factors of b: 11,3,5
    prime factors of c: 7,19
    prime factors of d: 2,3,5,7

    just simplify each answer choices into the smallest multiples u can.... like in "c" theres nothing u can multiply to make 7 or 19 so they r the prime factors

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