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1. Use a factor tree to find the prim factorization of 96. Write the prime factorization using exponents.
A. 2^3 * 6^2
B. 2^5 * 4^2
C. 2^5 * 3
D. 3 * 5^2
I need help please!

Math 
Baby Boy
2. Use a factor tree to find the prim factorization of 125. Write the prim factorization using exponents.
A. 3^5 * 1
B. 5^3
C. 5 * 25
D. 5^5
(SECOND QUESTION) 
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Damon
96/2 = 48
48/2 = 24
24/2 = 12
12/2 = 6
6/2 = 3
so
3*2^5
what is 5*5*5 ? 
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Baby Boy
5*5*5 = 125

Math 
Damon
so what is 5^3 ?
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