Hello everyone. I think i got this right but i want to make sure... If p, q and r are prime numbers and a, b, and c are positive integers, how many possible divisors does p^a*p^b*r^c have? I said... There are a+1 divisors: 1, p, p^2....,p^a A divisor is a product of any one of the a+1 numbers listed above times any one of the b+1 numbers 1, q, q^2...q^b. We also have r+1...1, r, r^2...,r^c so by the muliplication rule, there are (a+1)(b+1)(r+1) divisors in all.