Factors and Primes

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factors are any integers that it divides in to exactly. A prime number has only two factors 1 and itself.
example of prime factors include, 2, 3,5. these numbers can also be factors of other numbers. e.g 2 is a prime factor of 20.
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1. express 108 as a product of its prime factor
108/2, 54/6,9/2,3-3,3
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2.find the hcf of 108 and 24
60=2,2,5,3 96=2,2,2,3,2,2 hcf=12
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3.workout the lcm of 60 and 96
60=2,2,2,5,3 96=2,2,2,3,2,2 lcm=480
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4.express 96 and 60 as aproduct of its prime factors
60=2x2x2x5x3 96=2x2x2x3x2x2
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1. express 108 as a product of its prime factor

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108/2, 54/6,9/2,3-3,3

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2.find the hcf of 108 and 24

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3.workout the lcm of 60 and 96

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4.express 96 and 60 as aproduct of its prime factors

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