how many prime factorizations can a number have and why?
I need this badly
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
um, because it's unique?
- 1 decade ago
a number can have only ONE factorization in prime numbers, that is because if it had two both would have to be exactly the same.
- PascalLv 71 decade ago
One, up to reordering of the elements. This is the fundamental theorem of arithmetic.