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Durply

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WILL MEDAL AND FAN!!

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  1. Durply
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    @peachpi

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  4. anonymous
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    how would you write 108 using only prime numbers multiplied together?

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    thats what i need help with idk what the number means one the side :S

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    108=9*12=27*4

  7. anonymous
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    the 3 is called the index and it means the third root of 108. keep going with the factorization until you only have prime numbers like 2 and 3 |dw:1434407953581:dw|

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    |dw:1434408049511:dw|

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    is that right?

  10. anonymous
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    2*2 = 4, and 3*9 = 27, so break them up like this. |dw:1434408102903:dw| Now do the 9

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    OOOO i get it

  12. anonymous
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    right. so all the numbers at the end of branches multiply to 108. |dw:1434408310595:dw|

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    |dw:1434408346703:dw|

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    OMG YOU ARE THE BEST!!!!NOW I GET IT THANKSSSS

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    you're welcome

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