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A factor tree is a special diagram where we find the factors of a number and then factors of those numbers until we can’t factor them anymore. In the end, what we get are all the prime factors of the original number.

Factor Tree of 120 is the list of prime numbers when multiplied results in original number 120.

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120 | ||||||||||

2 | 60 | |||||||||

2 | 30 | |||||||||

2 | 15 | |||||||||

3 | 5 | |||||||||

120 = 2 x 60

60 = 2 x 30

30 = 2 x 15

15 = 3 x 5

If we write into multiples it would be 120 x 2

On splitting 60 further and writing it as multiples of numbers it would be 30 x 2.

On splitting 30 further and writing it as multiples of numbers it would be 15 x 2.

On splitting 15 further and writing it as multiples of numbers it would be 5 x 3.

Altogether expressing the number in terms of prime factors would be 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 5.

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**Splitting Numbers **

We can split the number into any of its two factors. In other words, we are finding the numbers that when multiplied together give 120. Let’s start with 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 5 as it results in 120 on multiplying. Just like in any family tree we are now going to find the factors or ancestors of splited factors.

Let’s begin with smallest prime factor and on breaking down factor we get factors by breaking down. This could go on as divided factors are the only factors of that base factor. As per the factor tree, we would stop at the prime numbers i.e. prime factors to stop the infinite chain of the same factors.

**Prime Factors**

Let’s look out 120 now and we can write it as 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 5 and place those factors on the tree. similar to prime numbers in the initial step 2, 2, 2, 3, 5 obtained here are also prime numbers and we will end up these branches.

Here are examples of Factor tree calculations.

1. What is factor tree?

Answer: A factor tree is a tool that breaks down any number into its prime.

2. What are the prime Factorization?

Answer: Prime Factorization is the list of prime numbers that when multiplied gives a certain product.

3. How to find a Factor Tree of 120?

**Answer: Step 1:**

Split the number given to factors

**Step 2:**

Look at the numbers and check if at least one of them is not prime.

If it is not prime repeat the process until all are prime.

∴ Factor tree of 120 is 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 5

4. What are the Prime Factors of 120?

Answer: Prime Factors of 120 are 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 5.