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vIenSkYB wrote:
Use it as in ?? The prime factors of 441 are 3*3*7*7
which 3^2 *7^2 from the above
forumula of finding total factors (2+1) * (2+1) that would be 9. So total factors of 441 are 9

I still didn’t understood how 2 came and how to use it in formula
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https://byjus.com/maths/factors-of-a-nu ... ext=(c%2B1)-,Sum%20of%20Factors,%2D1)%2FZ%2D1%5D
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Nishant760 wrote:
vIenSkYB wrote:
Use it as in ?? The prime factors of 441 are 3*3*7*7
which 3^2 *7^2 from the above
forumula of finding total factors (2+1) * (2+1) that would be 9. So total factors of 441 are 9

I still didn’t understood how 2 came and how to use it in formula
write down factors of 441 i.e 3*3*7*7 which can also be written as 3 square into 7 square that’s where 2 came bro
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Refer to this link for a better understanding of the concept.. after referring to this you will be able to easily understand the reason for 2
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I.e 3 raised to the power 2 and 7 raised to the power 2
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vIenSkYB wrote:
Thank you for the clarification.
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Thank you for the clarification.
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I have never seen an aardvark, but last year my father did

Why the above sentence is incorrect? did generally refer to past tense of the antecedent right

did = saw? right

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antony1995, Yes... Did (see)

Ellipsis - repetition of words can be avoided if intended meaning (of sentence) is clear

antony1995 wrote:
Why the above sentence is incorrect? did generally refer to past tense of the antecedent right

sentence is correct as written

Originally posted by TheGraceful on 29 May 2021, 05:07.
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antony1995 wrote:
I have never seen an aardvark, but last year my father did
this sentence is wrong due to the tense. The use of "did" is wrong, instead we should use "had" ... This can be explained in an easy way: ask yourself, "the father did what?" The Answer would be: the father "seen" an aardvard (as seen is given in the sentence). This clearly makes no sense.
Now let’s say the sentece was - "I have never seen an aardvark, but my father had seen one...." Here, whennyou ask yourself, "the father did what?" The answer is: "the father HAD SEEN an aardvard" which makes perfect sense.
You have to be careful as to what the tense of the action being used it, and if it matches with the tense used for the father. "the father seen" did not make sense, but "the father had seen" makes perfect sense.
I hope this helped you

This was a tricky one right here, easy to mess up

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