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Prime Time Inv. 3

A resource for studying for the math quiz.

QuestionAnswer
What's the longest factor string for 13? 13x1
What's the longest factor string for 16? 2x2x2x2
What's the prime factorization of 312 in expanded form? 2x2x2x3x13
What's the prime factorization of 312 in exponential form? Two to the third power x3x13
Write 10 to the sixth power in expanded form. 10x10x10x10x10x10
Now write the answer to your last answer. 1000000
What's another way to read 3 to the second power? Three squared.
What's another way to read 3 to the third power? Three cubed.
What's another way to read 3 to the fourth power? Three to the power of four.
Use the prime factorization of 225 and 315 to find the GCF and LCM. GCF: 45 LCM: 1575
What do the numbers 1, 4, 25, and 225 have in common? They are all square numbers.
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