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Show each of these numbers as a product of prime numbers only: 10 and 25

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  1. What are the smallest whole numbers (other than one) that you can multiply to get those numbers?

    With this restatement of the problem, you should be able to answer this question yourself.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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