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# What is a whole number written as the product of prime factors?

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It is simply the whole number written as the product of its prime factors.

It is simply the whole number written as the product of its prime factors.

It is simply the whole number written as the product of its prime factors.

It is simply the whole number written as the product of its prime factors.

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It is simply the whole number written as the product of its prime factors.

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## Related Questions No, it cannot be written as the product of prime number as a prime number is a number having factors 1 and itself. The prime factorization of a number is writing it as a product of its prime factors. The prime factorization of a number is writing it as a product of its prime factors. 6 = 2 x 3 is an example of a whole number written as a product of its prime factors.         The product of the prime factors of a number is the number itself. The product of the prime factors of 235 is 235. The product of the (not necessarily distinct) prime factors of any number is that number.  A prime number has only one prime factor, and that prime factor is the number itself. The product of the prime factors of any number is equal to the number itself. Therefore, the product of the prime factors of 350 is 350. Yes. Composite numbers can be written as the product of prime factors. 37 is already prime. There is no product of prime factors for prime numbers. The product of the prime factors of 218 is 218. The prime factors of 218 are 2 and 109, making their product 2 x 109 = 218! I wouldn't expect it to be otherwise: the product of the prime factors of a number equal the number.    The number 76 as a product of its prime factors is: 2 x 2 x 19 Writing a number as a product of its prime factors is called prime factorization. Any number greater than 1 can be written as a unique product of its prime factors.This is called the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic.

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