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− | We can first find the prime factorization of <math>23,232</math>, which is <math>2^6\cdot3^1\cdot11^2</math>. Now, we just add one to our powers and multiply. Therefore, the answer is <math>(6+1) | + | We can first find the prime factorization of <math>23,232</math>, which is <math>2^6\cdot3^1\cdot11^2</math>. Now, we just add one to our powers and multiply. Therefore, the answer is <math>(6+1)\cdot(1+1)\cdot(2+1)=7\cdot2\cdot3=\boxed{42}, \textbf{(E)}</math> |
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Problem 18
How many positive factors does 23,232 have?
Solution
We can first find the prime factorization of , which is . Now, we just add one to our powers and multiply. Therefore, the answer is
Solution 2
Observe that , so this is of which is , which has factors. The answer is .
See Also
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