Type in the numbers necessary to reach the final answer

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Square Root of is  



Examples.  Start from the smallest prime and work your way.  Keep using the smallest prime until it doesn't work anymore.  If you get a decimal number, try a bigger prime.  Keep going until you are dividing a prime by a prime which leaves a 1.  (Primes are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17...)
Number to be factor:  330
Factorization tree:   2  divides into 330 leaving 165 
                          3 divides into 165  leaving 55 
                               5 divides into 55 leaving 11 
                                  11 divides into 11 leaving 1 
                                                  STOP WHEN YOU GET TO 1
Number to be factor:  500
Factorization tree:   2  divides into 500  leaving 250 
                          2 divides into 250  leaving 125 
                               5 divides into 125 leaving 25 
                                  5 divides into 25 leaving 5 
                                     5 divides into 5  leaving 1 
                                                  STOP WHEN YOU GET TO 1