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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.

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  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

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  2. NOT ... because 8 is not prime ... 8 = 2^3

    correction ... 2^5 × 3 × 5^4 × 11^2

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  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!

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  4. ^ he’s wrong, DON’T TRUST HIM

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  5. What is it guys?

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  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

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