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1. Multiplying to make 50. Ways to multiply with to factors. Ways to multiply with more than two factors.
2. Multiplying to make 72. Ways to multiply with two factors: Ways to multiply with more than two factors:

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Steve
50 = 2*2*5*5
So, just pick any grouping of those factors where they are all used exactly once.
And of course, 1*50 = 50
Same logic with 72. List all the prime factors and then grab them in groups to make 72. 
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Leslie
Multiplying to make 50 it said ways to multiply with two factors:

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karla
25x2equals 50
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