Prime decomposition of 64
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The number 64 is a composite number because 64 can be divided by one, by itself and at least by 2. 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 64 = 2^{6}. Notice that here, it is written in exponential form. The prime factors of 64 are 2. It is the list of the integer's prime factors. The number of prime factors of 64 is 1. Factor tree or prime decomposition for 64As 64 is a composite number, we can draw its factor tree: 
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