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    Unhappy Prime-power factorization

    How do I write the prime-power factorization (that means write with exponents) of 554, 706 and 758?
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    554 = 2 \cdot 277

    706 = 2 \cdot 353

    758 = 2 \cdot 379
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    Factors

    I need to know the prime power factorization
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBQANDVOLSjr View Post
    I need to know the prime power factorization
    Do you know what prime really means?
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    answer

    It means a number that can't be divided by any other number but itself and 1
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    sorry

    you were right. sorry
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