How to find prime factors of numbes ? This type question comes in competitive exam very much time. So inthis video I teach you how to find prime factors easily.

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This lesson reviews finding the prime factorization of a number and then using that skill to find the greatest common factor between two or three numbers.

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Write a program to find the prime factors of a given number .Well, if you are appearing for any IT company interview this is the most expected question in your ...

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In this video I will show you how to find Number of Prime factor easily. And this type Questions most important for Railway,ssc,bank etc.

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