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− | The title text explains the comic. An {{w|anthropomorphism|anthropomorphic}} number 70 is blown into its {{w|prime factor}}s (2, 5 and 7). {{w|Prime number}}s are numbers which can not be divided by any number other than itself and 1. Factors of a number are numbers which can be multiplied together to produce that number (2x5x7 = 70). 70 has other factors, including 1, 10, 14, 35 and 70, but 2, 5 and 7 are the only factors which are prime. All other factors of 70 (other than 1) can be formed by multiplying two of the prime factors together | + | The title text explains the comic. An {{w|anthropomorphism|anthropomorphic}} number 70 is blown into its {{w|prime factor}}s (2, 5 and 7). {{w|Prime number}}s are numbers which can not be divided by any number other than itself and 1. Factors of a number are numbers which can be multiplied together to produce that number (2x5x7 = 70). 70 has other factors, including 1, 10, 14, 35 and 70, but 2, 5 and 7 are the only factors which are prime. All other factors of 70 (other than 1) can be formed by multiplying two of the prime factors together. |

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## Revision as of 19:47, 28 December 2013

Blown apart |

Title text: Blown into prime factors |

## Explanation

The title text explains the comic. An anthropomorphic number 70 is blown into its prime factors (2, 5 and 7). Prime numbers are numbers which can not be divided by any number other than itself and 1. Factors of a number are numbers which can be multiplied together to produce that number (2x5x7 = 70). 70 has other factors, including 1, 10, 14, 35 and 70, but 2, 5 and 7 are the only factors which are prime. All other factors of 70 (other than 1) can be formed by multiplying two of the prime factors together.

## Transcript

- [A black number 70 sees a red package.]
- 70: hey, a package!

- [The package explodes with a
**BOOM**and an brown cloud of smoke.]

- [There are a red 7, a green 5 and a blue 2 lying near a scorched mark on the floor.]

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# Discussion

No 70s were harmed in the making of this comic. __Davidy__^{22}`[talk]` 14:06, 8 January 2013 (UTC)

Also, the 70 is black, and, in a subtractive colour system, black = red+green+blue. 108.162.216.85 19:14, 30 September 2015 (UTC)

- ... or rather black = magenta+yellow+cyan (red, green, blue are used in additive colour system), I suppose. Then again, who has magenta, yellow, cyan pens available during a boring lecture? Hagman (talk) 22:26, 2 November 2015 (UTC)