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For a positive integer n, the number of **prime factors** of n and the sum of the **prime**
**factors** of n (not counting multiplicity) are **examples** of arithmetic functions of n ...

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**Example** 1: What are the **prime factors** of 12 ? It is best to start working from the
smallest prime number, which is 2, so let's check: 12 ÷ 2 = 6. Yes, it divided ...

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For **example** the **prime factorization** of 8 is 2x2x2 but instead of writing 2x2x2 you
can write 2 to the 3rd power. 9 Votes. • Comment on Christi Thomas's question ...

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What if it were a very large number say 757, that means that you'd have to see if
it's evenly divisible by every **prime** number from 2 to, well half of 757? Seems ...

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Here are some **examples** of how to find the **Prime Factorization** of a number:
**Example** 1 - Find the **Prime Factorization** of 228.

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One method for producing the **prime factorization** of a natural number is to use ...
The **prime factorization** is the product of the circled primes. **Example**: Trees3.

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In this lesson, you will learn about prime numbers and how to find the **prime**
**factorization** of a number. By the time we're done, you'll be skilled...

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**Examples** on how to find the **prime factors** of a positive integer are presented.
You may also use **prime factors** online calculator to factor positive integers.
Factors ...