tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4813961505488287967.post8212755029569792204..comments2010-01-24T05:36:33.046-08:00Comments on My journey begins... @ SST: 22 Jan (01): Prime Factorisation (continues...)Bryanplanehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06286189646952400765noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4813961505488287967.post-17487621612528824532010-01-24T05:36:33.046-08:002010-01-24T05:36:33.046-08:00Bryan
Notice that you actually multiplied all the...Bryan<br /><br />Notice that you actually multiplied all the factors given in the index notation to get the original number.<br />So, how did you make use of this number to find your answers?<br /><br />Amongst the answers you submitted, <br />2095632 is divisible by 891 (with no reminder). Hence, 891 is a factor.<br />However, 2095632 is not divisible by 176,538. Therefore 176,538 is not a factor.<br />So, you've got any idea how to get the 2 other factors (that are greater than 100) for the number 2095632?<br /><br />Textbook p9 #26:<br />Could you share how you identify these 3 numbers as your answers?Loh Kwai Yinhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09629206529240771085noreply@blogger.com