Factoring and Multiples

# What are the factor pairs of 75?

The factor pairs of 75 are (75,1), (25,3), and (15,5)

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There are three factor pairs for 75:factor pair = 75,1factor pair = 25,3factor pair = 15,5

1 &amp; 75 3 &amp; 25 5 &amp; 15 are the factor pairs of 75.

The factor pairs of 150 are 1*150, 2*75, 3*50, 5*30, 6*25, and 10*15

The factor pairs of 225 are 1 x 225, 3 x 75, 5 x 45, 9 x 25, and 15 x 15

The prime factors of 75 are 3,5,5 as 3*5*5=75. This can be determined by testing 75 for divisibility by prime numbers starting from 2. Using the prime factorization you can determine that all the factor pairs are (3*5)*5=15*5 and 3*(5*5)=3*25

Yes. Factor pairs are always repeated across pairs since factor pairs are certain kinds of pairs.

1 x225 ,3x 75, 5x45,9x25,15x15 I think those are all of them

The factor pairs of 75 are: 1 &times; 75 3 &times; 25 5 &times; 15

You find a factor pair take the number that you want to find the factor pair of and divide it by a number. If the answer come out evenly then that's your factor pair EX. Factor pairs of 150 1 and 150 2 and 75 3 and 50 5 and 30 6 and 25 10 and 15

Factors are single numbers. Factor pairs are listed in pairs.

The factor pairs of 51 are (1,51) and (17,3)

The factor pairs of 57 are 3x19 and 1x57

The factor pairs of 343 are (343,1) and (49,7)

Factor pairs refer to integers, not decimals.

The factor pairs of 91 are (1,91) and (7,13).

The factor pairs of 27 are 1x27 and 3x9.

its a factor with two pairs of the same number

1125 is the product of each of these pairs of factors: 1, 1125 3, 375 5, 225 9, 125 15, 75 25, 45

20 has 3 factor pairs. Pairs are (1,20), (2,10) and (9,9)

The factor pairs of 12 are (12,1), (6,2), and (4,3) The factor pairs of 18 are (18,1), (9,2), and (6,3)

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