What Are the Prime Factors of 50?

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2 x 5 x 5 are considered to be the prime factors of 50. When the factors are written down, its best to start with the smallest number on the left, increasing to the largest number.
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50 = 2 x 5 x 5.
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The prime factorization of 50 is 2 * 5^2.
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A prime factor is a number that can not be broken down into any other numbers. For example 3 is a prime factor because the only way to get three is by multiplying 3 and 1 together.
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Remember a prime number is only divisible by its self and 1. a) nope, because 1 is not a prime. b) nope, because 25 is not a prime (its divisible by 5) d) nope, for reasons above.
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