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 Amsco Integrated Algebra I: Factors and Factoring
This is a free lesson from our course in Amsco's Integrated Algebra
This lesson explains about factors, prime factors, greatest common factor and focus on understanding these factors. It further explains how prime factorization can be used to find the greatest common factors . When two numbers are multiplied, the result is called their product. The numbers that are multiplied are factors of the product. For example, 3*5=15. So 15 is the product and 3 & 5 are factors of 15. Prime factors: When all the factors of a number are prime numbers then these are called prime factors. E.g. prime factors of 280 are 23,5,7. The video below will explain more details with the help of several examples. 
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