Prime decomposition of 560
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The number 560 is a composite number because 560 can be divided by one, by itself and at least by 2, 5 and 7. A composite number is an integer that can be divided by at least another natural number, besides itself and 1, without leaving a remainder (divided exactly).
The factorization or decomposition of 560 = 2^{4}•5•7. Notice that here, it is written in exponential form. The prime factors of 560 are 2, 5 and 7. It is the list of the integer's prime factors. The number of prime factors of 560 is 3. Factor tree or prime decomposition for 560As 560 is a composite number, we can draw its factor tree: 
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