anonymous
  • anonymous
In a factor tree, prime numbers have only two branches and composite numbers have more than two branches. Which of these numbers will have more than two branches? A.7 B.23 C.77 D.47
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perl
  • perl
You can make a prime factor tree. Want to see one?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sure
perl
  • perl
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perl
  • perl
14 has more than 2 branches, so its composite
perl
  • perl
I don't really like this way of making a prime tree. usually you stop at the prime numbers
perl
  • perl
an alternate definition is, a prime number has no branches. a composite number has branches
welshfella
  • welshfella
right - i was wondering about that too I would have said that none of the options would fit the bill
perl
  • perl
here is an applet that lets you find a prime factorization tree , with sound http://www.mathplayground.com/factortrees.html
welshfella
  • welshfella
but by the first way there is

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