bandikizaui
2022-07-10
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How do you write 18 as a product of ' factors?

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lydalaszq

Answered 2022-07-11
Author has **11** answers

Step 1

We take 18 and break it down into factors until we reach numbers that are 's.

$18:\to 9\phantom{\rule{1ex}{0ex}}\text{and}\phantom{\rule{1ex}{0ex}}2$

$18=9\times 2$

Step 2

9 breaks down further into 3 and 3

$9:\to 3\times 3$

The ' factors are multiplied together to get a product at the end and together make the answer.

$18=2\times 3\times 3$

We take 18 and break it down into factors until we reach numbers that are 's.

$18:\to 9\phantom{\rule{1ex}{0ex}}\text{and}\phantom{\rule{1ex}{0ex}}2$

$18=9\times 2$

Step 2

9 breaks down further into 3 and 3

$9:\to 3\times 3$

The ' factors are multiplied together to get a product at the end and together make the answer.

$18=2\times 3\times 3$

Savanah Boone

Answered 2022-07-12
Author has **5** answers

Step 1

Divide 18 by the ' number 2.

$18\xf7{2}=9$

Divide 9 by the ' number 3.

$9\xf7{3}={3}$

Step 2

This is as far as you can go.

$18={2}\times {3}\times {3}$

Divide 18 by the ' number 2.

$18\xf7{2}=9$

Divide 9 by the ' number 3.

$9\xf7{3}={3}$

Step 2

This is as far as you can go.

$18={2}\times {3}\times {3}$

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