Prime Factorization with Factor Trees (1 of 2)

Six numbers (12, 32, 50,48,36, and 75) are given to learners to craft factor trees with. The first one is completed as an example in this first of two similar online worksheets. Note that where factorization is an foundational step in finding greatest common factors and least common multiples, this worksheet addresses neither of those concepts.

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