Albebra Bascis MATH 109
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Algebra Review Notes Factors and Prime Factorizations 0 To factor a number means to express the number as a product 0 Example 6 2 3 0 Factors of 6 are 2 and 3 o 2 3 is a factorization of 6 A natural number that has exactly two different factors itself and 1 prime number Example 0 Which of these numbers is a prime number 74 11 1 o 7 is a prime number Factors are 1 and 7 o 4 is not a prime number There are three factors 1 2 and 4 o 11 is a prime number Factors and 1 and 11 o 1 is a prime number No factors If a number other than 1 is not a prime it is a composite These numbers can be factored into a product of a prime number Example 0 48 412 0 Factors 4 and 12 are not prime so we can factor them Algebra Review Notes 0 422 0 1262 0 12322 We want to factor numbers until every number is a prime number Least Common Multiple o The multiples of a number all have that number as a factor 0 Multiples of 3 3 6 9 12 15
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