# Math

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

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1. 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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2. 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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posted by Damon
3. 5*5*5 = 125

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4. so what is 5^3 ?

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posted by Damon
5. just show answers to quiz

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posted by Damon
-ThatOneGuy

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7. Someone just help!!!!

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8. I think it is C Not sure but I really think so
A 2^3 * 6^2
B 2^5 *4^2
C 2^5 * 3 <
D 3 * 5^2

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9. 1 c
2 c
3 c
4 b
5 a
6 a
7 b

:) glad i could help ( B

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10. Are you sure Anonymous? I want to get a good grade, but how do i know your answers are correct?
- Meowmoeries :3

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11. I have a question for Ms. Sue. I am having trouble with question 2 on this test.

2. Evaluate 10^3 divided by (5*2) + 410
I think it might be 510, but I am not sure. What do you think Ms. Sue?

Here is my work:
10 x 10 x 10 = 1,000
(5 x 2) = 10
10 divided by 1,000 = 100
100 + 410 = 510
- Warrior Cat Lover

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12. I wouldn't trust anonymous

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posted by Wouldnt
13. Guys here are the answer btw anonymous is correct, I did not follow is answers I did this test by myself but either way I got the same answer as him. here you go
1 C
2 C
3 C
4 B
5 A
6 A
7 B
8 3/8
9 11/3
10 4 1/4
100% Trust me

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14. Don't know if I can trust you but ok

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posted by Jake
15. they both lied
1.C 81
2.B 2 4/25
3.C 2/5 * 3
4.D 325
5. A >
6. A >
7. C 5/6, 2/3, 8/15
THERE

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16. warrior turtle the first 7 are right i did the test and my answers are the same as yours

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17. For Math Unit 3: Lesson 7 Mid Unit Review the answers that Warriorturtle and anonymous put out are 100% correct.

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posted by Artwiz
18. Warrior Turtle is right I got 100% on my test don't know about the rest of y'all may be our tests aren't exactly the same....

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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