# Math

A number is written with the following factorization: 2^2 × 3 × 5^4 × 8 × 11^2 . Is this factorization a prime factorization? Explain why or why not. If it is not correct, give the correct prime factorization of the number.

I really need help, I'm stuck on this question.

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
3. 👁 561
1. B.E.D.M.A.S (Brackets.Exponents. division. multiplication. addition. Subtraction)
2^2=4
5^4=625
11^2=121
4*3=12
12*625=7,500
7,500*8=60,000
60,000*121=7,260,000

first look for brackets then do the exponents then the multiplication and division followed by the addition an subtraction

and also

1. 👍 1
2. 👎 0
2. NOT ... because 8 is not prime ... 8 = 2^3

correction ... 2^5 × 3 × 5^4 × 11^2

1. 👍 1
2. 👎 1
3. Here are the answers for the Number Theory and Fractions Unit Test:
1.A
2.D
3.C
4.C
5.C
6.A
7.C
8.C
9.D
10.B
11.B
12.D
13.B
14.A
15.C
16.B
17.A
18.C
19.B
20.C
21.yes, because it divides evenly.
138,435/3=46145 strides
22.yes, it is a prime factorization and here are the numbers 2x2x2x2x2x3x5x5x5x5x11x11

I'm sorry if i got 1 or 2 questions wrong if I did it's probably cuz there are a lot of questions and a lot of answers so i may have messed up if i did, please let me know!

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 2
4. ^ he’s wrong, DON’T TRUST HIM

1. 👍 3
2. 👎 0
5. What is it guys?

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
6. 1.B
2.C
3.B
4.B
5.C
6.C
7.C
8.D
9.D
10.B
11.A
12.D
13.A
14.A
15.C
16.B
17.B
18.A
19.A
20.D
21.138435/3=46145
22. IDK

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0

## Similar Questions

1. ### Math! Please Check My Awnser!

Hello! I need some help with math! I have tried to do this but I am unsure about my answers. My I will identify my answers with a "

asked by Electro on January 14, 2014
2. ### Math

The diagram represents the factorization of a2+8a+12. A 2-column table with 2 rows. First column is labeled a with entries a squared, 2 a. Second column is question mark with entries 6 a, 12. First row is labeled a with entries a

asked by CROISSANT Xb on November 26, 2019
3. ### Math

1. –(10)^–1 (1 point) –1/10*** -1/-1^10 1/10 10 2. 1/c^-5 (1 point) c^5 5c –c^5*** –5/c 3. What is the value of y^-5/x^-3 for x = 2 and y = –4? (1 point) 10/3 128 -1/128 –128*** 4. Is the number written in scientific

asked by Bethany on April 22, 2016
4. ### Homework help plz( Steve or Reiny)

Determine if the number is written in scientific notation. If not, explain 32 * 10^4. (1 point) No; it is not written as a power of 10. No; the first factor is not a number between 1 and 10. Yes; the number is written in

asked by Gabby on February 20, 2014
5. ### math

a two figure number is written down at random find the probability a)that the number is greater than 68 b)the number is a multiple of 9 c) it is less than 100 d) it contains at least one 5 (i.e a number such as 15 or 55

asked by arzam on May 2, 2013
1. ### making dot arrays

what are the numbers calleed that we cant use in 2 - row arrays I'm curious to know what class is making dot-arrays? If you can give some kind of answer I'll try google searches to find and answer. It's becoming apparent to me

asked by kris on August 31, 2006
2. ### Math

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? Give an example of how prime factorization could be used in the real world.

asked by Young Lil G on September 4, 2017
3. ### Math

What is my number? Clue 1: My number is a multiple of 5, but it does not end in 5. Clue 2: The prime factorization of my number is a string of three numbers. Clue 3: Two of the numbers in the prime factorization are the same. Clue

asked by Ann on October 13, 2008
4. ### Math

Determine if the number is written in scientific notation. If not, explain; 3 x 100⁻⁶. A. No; it is not written as a power of 10. B. No; the first factor is not a number between 1 and 10. C. Yes; the number is written in

asked by D on March 14, 2018
5. ### math

You can use the prime factorization of a number, written as the product of powers of prime numbers, to find the number of factors the number has. First, express the number as a product of powers of prime numbers; for example, 36=2

asked by thomas on June 22, 2009
6. ### Math

Alice wants to find all the prime factors of the number you get when you multiply 17•11•13•7. She thinks she has to use a calculator to pay Sam although multiplications and then find the prime factorization of the resulting

asked by Nerd1234 on January 10, 2016