Factors of 22

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Factors of 22:

By prime factorization of 22 we follow 4 simple steps:
1. We write number 22 above a 2-column table
2. We divide 22 by the smallest possible prime factor
3. We write down on the left side of the table the prime factor and next number to factorize on the ride side
4. We continue to factor in this fashion (we deal with odd numbers by trying small prime factors)
5. We continue until we reach 1 on the ride side of the table

22
prime factorsnumber to factorize
211
111


Factors of 22 = 1×2×11= $ 1 × 2 × 11 $

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