Now let us learn to solve prime factorization with these below examples:

15 = 5$\times$3.
**Step 1:** Divide 15 by 3
**Step 2:** we get 5

so prime factors are illustrated below

28 = 2$\times$2$\times$7.
**Step 1:** Divide 28 by 2
**Step 2:** we get 14
**Step 3:** further divide by 2
**Step 4:** we get 7

so prime factors are illustrated below

34 = 2$\times$ 17
**Step 1:** Divide 34 by 2
**Step 2:** we get 17

so prime factors are illustrated below

44 = 2$\times$2$\times$11
**Step 1:** Divide 44 by 2
**Step 2:** we get 22
**Step 3:** further divide by 2
**Step 4:** we get 11

so prime factors are illustrated below

48 = 2$\times$2$\times$2$\times$2$\times$3

44 = 2$\times$2$\times$11
**Step 1:** Divide 48 by 2
**Step 2:** we get 24
**Step 3:** further divide by 2
**Step 4:** we get 12
**Step 5:** further divide by 2
**Step 6:** we get 6
**Step 7:** further divide by 2
**Step 8:** we get 3

so prime factors are illustrated below

56= 2$\times$2$\times$2$\times$7
**Step 1:** Divide 56 by 2
**Step 2:** we get 28
**Step 3:** further divide by2
**Step 4:** we get 14
**Step 5:** further divide by 2
**Step 6:** we get 7

so prime factors are illustrated below

63= 3$\times$3$\times$9
**Step 1:** Divide 63 by 3
**Step 2:** we get 21
**Step 3:** further divide by 3
**Step 4:** we get 7

so prime factors are illustrated below

72= 2$\times$2$\times$2$\times$3$\times$3
**Step 1:** Divide 72 by 2
**Step 2:** we get 36
**Step 3:** further divide by 2
**Step 4:** we get 18
**Step 5:** further divide by 2
**Step 6:** we get 9
**Step 7:** divide it by 3
**Step 8:** we get 3

so prime factors are illustrated below

75= 5$\times$5$\times$3
**Step 1:** Divide 75 by 5
**Step 2:** we get 15
**Step 3:** further divide by 5
**Step 4:** we get 3
**Step 5:** further divide by 3
**Step 6:** we get 1

so prime factors are illustrated below

99 = 3$\times$3$\times$ 11
**Step 1:** Divide 99 by 3
**Step 2:** we get 33
**Step 3:** further divide by3
**Step 4:** we get 11
**Step 5:** further divide by 11
**Step 6:** we get 1

so prime factors are illustrated below

100 = 2$\times$2$\times$5$\times$5
**Step 1:** Divide 100 by 5
**Step 2:** we get 20
**Step 3:** further divide by 5
**Step 4:** we get 4
**Step 5:** further divide by 2
**Step 6:** we get 2
**Step 7:** further divide by 2
**Step 8:** we get 1.

so prime factors are illustrated below

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