Prime factors are the prime numbers that can be multipled together to equal the original number. You find the factors by dividing by prime numbers. It is best shown by creating a Factor Tree.

100 | ||||

2 | 50 | |||

2 | 25 | |||

5 | 5 |

The numbers in **bold** above are the prime factors. If there are multiples, you only count them one time. This leads us to our prime factors of:

2, 5

We can check our work by multiplying all of the prime factors together: 2 x 2 x 5 x 5 = 100

This can also be written as 2^{2} x 5^{2} = 100

If you would like to know more, or need additional explanation, please review our prime factorization explanation.

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General Questions

- How is the number 100 written in scientific notation?
- What is the absolute value of the number 100?
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- What is the digital root of the number 100?
- How many digits is in the number 100?
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Factoring Questions

- What are the factors or divisors of the number 100?
- What are the prime factors of the number 100?
- What is the total number of factors of the number 100?
- What is the total number of prime factors of the number 100?
- What is the sum of all factors of the number 100 including 100?
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- What are the factor combinations of the number 100?
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