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• ﻿I still dont get it...
• ﻿Really? Prime factorization is so easy!
• Of course! So for example 100, you have to find something that multiplies and equals to 100. Though you have to end in 2 prime numbers﻿
• ﻿How? Your just making numbers smaller!
• I sort of get it but can you explain more?
• All you have to do is find the multiples of the number...﻿
• Of course! First you have to find something that multiplies and equals to 100. But one number HAS to be a prime number﻿
• ﻿OK! That's making a LOT of sence!
• ﻿No Problem! If you need help I will be right here !!!
• THE NEXT DAY﻿
• Felicia I'm still having trouble with this﻿
• having the numbers such as prime. I know I'm dumb but i need help A LOT! i was so embarrassed yesterday but i knew i needed you.
• With what exactly?﻿
• Oh thank you!﻿
• Alright, lets get started! To start off, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 19, 23, 29, 31, 41, 43, 47, 53, 59, 61, 67, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89, and 97 are all prime numbers out of 100. Prime numbers has only 2 factors, 1 and itself.﻿
• aww your not dumb at all. Your very smart! Everyone﻿ one struggles!
• ﻿right!
• ﻿Thank you so much! that is so easy now!
• ﻿Let's start with 100, the prime factorization is 2 x 50, 2 is a prime number. Then we go to the 50 & you can do 5 x 10, this also works because 5 is a prime number. After that we go to the 10. You can use 2 x 5 and because both of these are prime numbers and you are done!
• ﻿﻿We got the basics down, right?
• You are so welcome! Remember you GOT this! ﻿
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