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# What is the prime factorization of 239?

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It's a Prime number, factors are itself and unity.

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There is only one prime factorization string for each number, so there is not a "longest" one. Since 239 is a prime number, its prime factorization is 239.

239 is prime therefore the factorization of it is 1 and 239.

Prime factorization of 9,999,999 = 32 &Atilde;&mdash; 239 &Atilde;&mdash; 4649

The prime factorization of 2,333,357 is: 13 x 239 x 751

The factors of 478 are: 1, 2, 239, 478 The prime factorization of 478 is 2 x 239.

You get a prime factorization by figuring out the factors of the number and then figuring out the factors of those numbers. If the number is prime there is no prime factorization. prime factorization.

Prime Factorization of 22 is a prime number, so it does not have a prime factorization.

1, 239 (239 is a prime number).

The prime number is the prime factorization. For example, the prime factorization of the prime number 3 is 3. Get it?

Prime Factorization of 86The prime factorization of 86 is:2 X 43Both numbers are prime, so that is the prime factorization of 86.

The prime factorization of 91 is 13 x 7 They are both prime so its a prime factorization

Prime Factorization of 3131 is a prime number, so there is no prime factorization of it.It is 31 because it is a prime number

When all the factors are prime numbers, that's a prime factorization.

Find the prime factorization of 16.The prime factorization of 16 is: 2x2x2x2.

81 is not prime. Its prime factorization is 3x3x3x3.

They are: 1*239 = 239 which is a prime number

1 and 239 (239 is a prime number).

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