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Factor Tree of 65

A factor tree is a type of diagram in which we find the factors of a number and then the factors of those numbers until we can no longer factor them. We can get the factor tree of 65 easily by putting the number 65 in the input box of the Factor Tree Calculator.

Check the different methods to find the factor tree of 65 in the following sections

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Factor Tree of 65 to Calculate the Factors

Factors of 65

65 = 5 x 13

Altogether expressing the number in terms of prime factors would be 5 x 13.

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Ways to Find Factors of 65

Here we are providing different methods to find the factors of the number 65. They are splitting numbers and prime factors.

Splitting Numbers

We can divide the number into either of its two factors. In other words, we are looking for the numbers that when multiplied together eqaul 65. Let’s start with 5 x 13 as it results in 65 on multiplying. We will now find the factors or ancestors of split factors, just like in any family tree.

Prime Factors

Let’s take a look at 65 now and we can write as 5 x 13 and place those factors on the tree. similarly to prime numbers obtained in the first step 5, 13 obtained here are also prime numbers and we will end up these branches.

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FAQ on 65 Factor Tree

1. What is factor tree for 65 ?

Answer: Prime Factors of 65 are 5 x 13.

2. What are the Prime Factors of 65 ?

Answer: Prime Factors of 65 are 5 x 13.