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Part 1:Is it possible for a composite number to have more than one prime factorization? Is it possible for a number to have no prime factors? Why?
I think it is possible for a composite to have more then one prime factorization

Part 2: Give an example of how prime factorization could be used in the real world. Prime Factorization could be use in the real world by going shopping or in the bank.
I want to know if this is right for me to use i also use the book

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