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## Prime Factoring 2 - Sample Math Practice Problems

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### Complexity=30, Mode=fraction

Convert the fraction so that both the numerator and denominator are expressed in terms of their prime factors. Do not simplify.
Example: 12/25 = (2^2 * 3) / (5^2)

1.
 1623
 =
2.
 2225
 =

### Complexity=30, Mode=reduce

Step 1. Give in the numerator and denominator expressed in terms of their prime factors.
Step 2. Leave out common factors and put the remaining factors.
Step 3. Multiply the factors back out to give the final reduced fraction.
e.g. 25/70 = (52) / (2 * 5 * 7) = 5 / (2 * 7) = 5/14
Your typed answers should something like the parts between equal signs here:
25/70 = (5^2)/(2 * 5 * 7) = 5/(2 * 7) = 5/14

1.
 1644
 = = =
2.
 3044
 = = =

### Complexity=30, Mode=fraction

Convert the fraction so that both the numerator and denominator are expressed in terms of their prime factors. Do not simplify.
Example: 12/25 = (2^2 * 3) / (5^2)

1
 1623
 =
2
 2225
 =

### Complexity=30, Mode=reduce

Step 1. Give in the numerator and denominator expressed in terms of their prime factors.
Step 2. Leave out common factors and put the remaining factors.
Step 3. Multiply the factors back out to give the final reduced fraction.
e.g. 25/70 = (52) / (2 * 5 * 7) = 5 / (2 * 7) = 5/14
Your typed answers should something like the parts between equal signs here:
25/70 = (5^2)/(2 * 5 * 7) = 5/(2 * 7) = 5/14   