Write all two-factor factorizations of each number. Then list all the factors of the number.
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Or, actually DO the problem. This should NOT require the aid of google to do it for you. The idea of this site to help others LEARN HOW to do a problem, not to tell them "ask google, google will do all the work for you." What happens when you are sitting in a test and don't have google, or a calculator, and it's expected that you know how to actually DO SOME MATH?
just do a factorization for it is very simple
@Evarhart , the 2-number factorizations means to just write down EVERY way that you can multiply 2 numbers to get that number. I won't do your problem for you, but if you wanted all 2-number factorizations of, say, 60, it would be:
1*60, 2*30, 3*20, 4*15, 5*12, 6*10
I know that's all of them, because if I try 7, 8, or 9, none of those are factors of 60.
Then list ALL the factors means to list every number that, when multiplied by SOMETHING, can give me 60. I have that list above, it is just each of the numbers in each pair up there.
Notice, it did NOT ask for the "prime factors" or the "prime factorization"... in that case, you would only list the prime numbers that are factors (so 3 could be listed, but not 6, for example).
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Haha... are you talking to me, @Samrah=Bashir ? I certainly did not c&p it, I typed it up exactly how I would have explained it to one of my students sitting across the desk from me.