To find the prime factorization of 68, we need to divide the number by the smallest prime number until we are left with 1. We start with 2, the smallest prime number, and continue with other prime numbers as needed.

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**Step 1:** Divide 68 by 2 (the smallest prime number) to get 34.

68 / 2 = 34

**Step 2:** Since 34 is still an even number, divide it by 2 again to get 17.

34 / 2 = 17

**Step 3: **Now, 17 is a prime number itself and cannot be divided further except by 1 and 17. So, we stop here.

So, the prime factorization of 68 is 2 x 2 x 17 or 2^{2} x 17.

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