www.khanacademy.org/math/pre-algebra/pre-algebra-factors-multiples/pre-algebra-prime-factorization-prealg/v/prime-factorization

**Prime Factorization**. ... Have you ever heard of the **factor tree**? ...... and then 5x5=
25 so 5x5x5=125, but i want to figure it out by **using** the same method Sal did.

www.helpingwithmath.com/by_subject/factors_multiples/fac_prime_factorization.htm

Explanation of how to use **factor trees** for **prime factorization** and finding **prime**
**factors**.

www.coolmath.com/prealgebra/00-factors-primes/04-prime-factorizations-03

Way 1: **Factor Trees**. Let's just do one! Find the **prime factorization** of 84: First, see
if you can think of times tables numbers: 84 ... splits into 12 and 7 ... We're ...

www.math-aids.com/Factors/Factor_Trees.html

These factorization worksheets are great for practicing finding all of the **prime**
**factors** contained in a number. The **Prime Factorization Tree** are great visual aids.

virtualnerd.com/pre-algebra/factors-fractions-exponents/prime-factorization-greatest-common-factor/prime-factorization/prime-factorization-by-tree

Note: To write the **prime factorization** for a number, it's often useful to use
something called a **factor tree**. Follow along with this tutorial and see how to use
a ...

www.mathplayground.com/factortrees.html

Play **Factor Trees** at MathPlayground.com! Use **prime factorization** to find the
GCF and LCM of number pairs.