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    Part A
    How many positive integer factors does 32 (2 to the power of 5) have?
    If an integer x can be written in the form x = p to the power of n where p is a prime number and n is an integer, how many factors will the number x have?

    Part B
    How many factors does 72 (2 to the power of 3 x 3 to the power of 2) have?
    If y can be written in the form y = p to the power of m x q to the power of n where p and q are prime numbers and m and n are integers. How many factors will y have?
    No. of factors that 3600 will have?
    Smallest positive integer with exactly 15 factors?
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    Part A
    How many positive integer factors does 32 (2 to the power of 5) have?
    If an integer x can be written in the form x = p to the power of n where p is a prime number and n is an integer, how many factors will the number x have?

    Part B
    How many factors does 72 (2 to the power of 3 x 3 to the power of 2) have?
    If y can be written in the form y = p to the power of m x q to the power of n where p and q are prime numbers and m and n are integers. How many factors will y have?
    No. of factors that 3600 will have?
    Smallest positive integer with exactly 15 factors?
    this is all to do with prime factors

    I have just typed up a few pdf noted on this, have a look....
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