How do you write 140 as the product of its prime factors?

any number that we want to write as a product of its prime factors, we should find all those prime numbers which when multiplied together form the number.

2×70 (and as 70 can be divided by 2 again)

= 2×2×35

= 2×2×5×7

140=7×2×2×5

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