No. Prime numbers don't have proper factors.
No, prime numbers do not have proper factors.
a natural number means any number from 1-9 a proper factor is a number which can be multiplied with another number to make a certain product. see if this helps
This is called a factor. Factors, by definition, are numbers you can multiply together to get another number, or a product.
a proper factor is a factor.
A factor is a number or quantity that when multiplied with another produces a given number or expression.
A factor is a number or quantity that when multiplied with another produces a given number or expression. A positive factor is a factor that is positive as opposed to being negative.
A factor of a whole number n is any whole number, that when multiplied by another whole number, results in n. For example, 1, 2, 3, and 6 are factors of 6. 1 is a factor, because 1*6 = 6, 2 is a factor, since 2*3= 6, etc. Another way to say this is that a whole number is a factor of n if it divides n evenly.A proper factor of n is any factor that is not 1 or n. Using the example above, the proper factors of 6 are 2 and 3.