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pokemon23

  • 4 years ago

express the integer as a product of prime numbers 35 and 250

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  1. pokemon23
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    |dw:1328150776962:dw|

  2. pokemon23
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    |dw:1328150788960:dw|

  3. pokemon23
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    am i right?

  4. anonymous
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    125 is not prime

  5. anonymous
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    so that is a start, but you have more to do

  6. pokemon23
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    kk

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    |dw:1328150952448:dw|

  8. pokemon23
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    how about now

  9. pokemon23
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    I know I'm right :D

  10. anonymous
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    looks good now. don't forget to write your answer

  11. pokemon23
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    so the answer is 5*5*5=125

  12. anonymous
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    i mean write is as \[250=2\times 5^3\]

  13. pokemon23
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    right

  14. pokemon23
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    ty

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