







The product of 3 integers is 24 
20191106 

From Rick: This is a question on my sons preap practice quiz.
I think that there is information missing (?)
The product of 3 integers is 24
The sum of 3 integers is 12
What are the 3 integers ?
This is exactly how it was written on his quiz paper.
I have wasted to much time on the internet, trying to find a
formula(s) to help him.
Please help me. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Prime factorization in exponent form 
20141031 

From Emma: I need to find out how to make a prime factorization of 120 in exponential form. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Prime factorization 
20140206 

From Kadeejah: Write the prime factorization of 37 in exponential form Answered by Penny Nom. 





Factor 10x^2+17x6 
20110303 

From Jeff: Factor 10x^2+17x6 with steps and explanation. Answered by Penny Nom. 





What is my number? 
20090918 

From Hanna: What is my number?
My number is a perfect square.
The only number in its prime factorization is 2.
My number is a factor of 32.
The sum of its digits is odd. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Exponential form 
20090831 

From cecil: what is the exponent form 564000? Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Harley Weston. 





Factor x^2  y^2 
20090120 

From Shell: complete Factor: x^2y^2 Answered by Penny Nom. 





The prime factorization of one billion 
20081102 

From Alta: The prime factorization of 1000 is 2 cubed times 5 cubed. How do you write the prime factorization of one billion using exponents? Answered by Penny Nom. 





2x^3+x^22x1=0 
20081026 

From bobby: 2x^3+x^22x1=0 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Prime factorization 
20081019 

From nick: while im doing prime factorization for one number and it cant be divided 2,3 or five so what next? Answered by Penny Nom. 





The square root of (18*n*34) 
20080701 

From Peter: What is the least possible positive integervalue of n such that square root(18*n*34) is an integer? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Prime factorization 
20071111 

From jeff: find the prime factorization and use exponential notation for 432 Answered by Penny Nom. 





The greatest common factor of two numbers 
20060716 

From Fadwa: What is the greatest common factor(GCF) of the following algebraic expressions? 1680 and 6048
Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





How many numbers are relatively prime with 250? 
20060419 

From David: How many positive integers less than or equal to 250 are relatively prime with 250? Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





How many divisors does the number 138600 have? 
20060208 

From Joe: How many divisors does the number 138600 have? Answered by Steve La Rocque and Penny Nom. 





5x^2  27x  18 
20060113 

From Katy: How would you factor 5x^{2}  27x  18? Answered by Penny Nom. 





LCM 
20051212 

From Alex: what is the LCM of 210 and 54 and the LCM of 42 and 126 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Factoring quartics 
20051113 

From Kyle: How do I factor y^{4} + y^{2} +1?? I think the answer is (y^{2} + y + 1)(y^{2}  y + 1), but I'm not sure how to get that... Answered by Chris Fisher. 





Numbers that John likes 
20050116 

From Garrett: John likes 400 but not 300; he likes 100 but not 99; he likes 3600 but not 3700. Which does he like?
900
1000
1100
1200 Answered by Penny Nom. 





252 x ? is a cube 
20041222 

From Andrea: What is the smallest positive interger by which 252 can be multipled so the result is a perfect cubed? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Pairs of prime numbers 
20031013 

From Nikolas: Use pairs of prime numbers to find all the numbers less than 50 that have only two prime factors. Make an organized list. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Primes and square roots 
20010614 

From Paul: I have a bit of a math problem. It has to do with determining if a very large number is a prime. One method entails dividing the number by every smaller prime number. If any divide into it, it's not a prime. This would be a big job if the number was something like 400 digits long. Another way I read about was to take the square root of the number and test all the primes less than its square root. The explanation went like this: "When a number is divided by another number that is greater than its square root, the result is a number smaller than the square root. For example, the square root of 36 is 6. Dividing 36 by 2, a smaller number than 6, gives 18, a number that is larger than the square root. To prove that 37 is prime it is only necessary to divide it by primes less than 6, since if it had a prime factor greater than 6, it would have to have one less than 6 as well." I understand the explanation, up to the last sentence. I fail to see the underlying logic. Why if a prime factor exists below the square does one have to exist above the square too? The number 40 can be divided by the prime 2, a number below its square root, but no other primes can do this above its square root. Have I missed something? What's the logic here? Answered by Claude Tardif and Penny Nom. 





A pair of numbers whose GCF is 28 
20001227 

From John: Name 2 different pairs of numbers whose GCF is 28. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Prime factorization 
20001213 

From A student: What is the prime factorization for 250 1296 and 2400 Answered by Penny Nom. 





A zip code problem 
20001026 

From Rob Mathis: Find the zip code of a place in a county so that the product of it and the zip code of another place in another county of the same name, but in a different state, is an exact multiple of the number 123456789 Answered by Claude Tardif. 

