Q: Do all number have two as a factor?

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By definition, all prime numbers have exactly two factors. There is not a prime number that has only one factor.

The two-digit factors of 100 and 1000 are all composite.

A number with more than one factor is normal, since all numbers except 0 and 1 have more than one factor. A number with more than two factors is composite.

Yes. If one number is a factor of the other, the greater number will be the LCM of the two.

An even number is any number that has '2' as a factor.When you multiply two numbers, you multiply all the factors of both of them.If '2' was a factor of either number, then it's a factor of their product.

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All even numbers have two as a factor.

Yes, all even numbers have a factor of two due the fact that the are of an even sequence and can be divisible by two which is also an even number. Any number that is even is not prime because is can be divided by the factor 2, but two itself is a prime number as its only factors are itself and 1. All even number have to have a factor of two e.g 4 can be divided by two, as well as 6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20 and so on.

By definition, all prime numbers have exactly two factors. There is not a prime number that has only one factor.

A number that is a factor of two or more numbers is simply a common factor

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composite- 6,7,8,1,2,3.21. all factor

1 and 2.

"Common" means "same for both". There's no such thing as a "common" factor of only one number. There has to be two or more of them, then a "common" factor is a number that's a factor of all of them.

The two-digit factors of 100 and 1000 are all composite.

Possiblilty is almost 1/2 cause every two numbers is a number with a factor of 2.From 2: 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10...

A whole number that is a factor of two or more numbers is a common factor.

There are exactly two whole number factors of any prime number. The first factor is '1'. The other factor is the prime number itself.