# What is the prime factor decomposition of 396?

## What is the prime factor decomposition of 396?

The factorization or decomposition of 396 = 22•32•11. Notice that here, it is written in exponential form. The prime factors of 396 are 2, 3 and 11.

**What is the prime factorization of 392?**

Factors of 392 are integers that can be divided evenly into 392. There are overall 12 factors of 392 among which 392 is the biggest factor and its prime factors are 2, 7. The Prime Factorization of 392 is 23 × 72.

### What are the prime numbers of 369?

Factors of 369

- All Factors of 369: 1, 3, 9, 41, 123 and 369.
- Negative Factors of 369: -1, -3, -9, -41, -123 and -369.
- Prime Factors of 369: 3, 41.
- Prime Factorization of 369: 32 × 411
- Sum of Factors of 369: 546.

**What are the prime factors of 2645?**

Q: What is the prime factorization of the number 2,645?

- The prime factors are: 5 x 23 x 23. or also written as { 5, 23, 23 }
- Written in exponential form: 51 x 232

#### When did the Chevy 396 engine come out?

Chevrolet developed its big block 396-cubic-inch V8 engine in response to the big engines powering the Oldsmobile 4-4-2 and Pontiac GTO. Beginning in 1965, the 396 engines powered Chevelles, Corvettes and El Caminos. Chevy phased out the 396 in 1969.

**How to identify a 396 big block engine?**

If the stamp is present and contains one of the following sequences of numbers, it is a 396 big-block engine: 3855061, 3855961, 3855962, 3866961, 3873858, 3902406, 3902466, 3916323, 3935440, 3955272, 3965440, 3965449, 3965540, or 3969854. If there is no stamp in this location, the engine is a different block size.

## What was the compression ratio for a Chevy 396?

In 1967, Chevrolet produced two 396 V8s. One generated 350 horsepower with a compression ratio of 10.25:1, and the other was a 375-horsepower engine with an 11:1 compression ratio. In its final year (1969), the 396 received a two-barrel carb and a reduced 9:1 compression ratio, which delivered 265 horsepower.

**Where is the timing chain on a 396 big block?**

Open the hood of the engine compartment and locate the timing chain cover at the front of the engine. The timing chain cover is on the front of the engine block, above where the crank shaft connects to the drive belt pulleys, and it looks like a small dinner plate attached to the block.