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    Exclamation Factor problems

    this is going to sound stupid but i need to now some factors. i need all the factors/multiples of 540
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    Well I will help you with factors:

    540 = 4 x 135 = 4 x 5 x 27 = 2 x 2 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 5

    So there are 24 factors.Try combining the primes listed above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BI_GURL View Post
    this is going to sound stupid but i need to now some factors. i need all the factors/multiples of 540
    Keep in mind that factors of integers allways come in pairs. Start with 1:

    1 --> 540
    2 --> 270
    3 --> 180
    4 --> 135
    5 --> 108
    6 --> 90
    8 --> 70
    9 --> 60
    10 --> 54
    12 --> 45
    15 --> 36
    18 --> 30
    20 --> 27

    That's it.
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