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3-153.

Express each of the following number as a product of its prime factors. Use exponents to represent repeated multiplication, when applicable. An example is given below.

Use the example above as a guide if you are having trouble. You can also refer to problem 3-64 for help with prime factorization.

This problem is very similar to part (a). It may also be helpful to think about how

relates to . What prime factors could you multiply by to get ?

Is there any way to break

down to prime factors? It is possible for a number to be the only prime factor of itself.

Follow the steps you did for parts (a) and (b).