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So is this right for prime factorization be 2 to the 2nd exponent x 3 x 5 to the 4th exponent x 2 the 3rd exponenetx 11 to the 2nd ?
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2 to the 2nd exponet x 3 x5 to the 4th exponent x 8 x 11 to the 2nd exponent is not a prime factoration right? because of the 8 ?
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