All prime numbers only have two factors, one and themselves.
All numbers have factors. Some factors are prime numbers. A prime factor is a factor that is a prime number. A common prime factor is a prime factor that appears on the list of factors of two or more given numbers.
All nonzero numbers have factors. Some factors are prime numbers. 5 is a prime factor of 10.
All prime numbers have a common factor of 1.
Prime numbers have one distinct prime factor.
The whole point of PRIME number is that it CANNOT be factored , except by itself or '1'. Numbers that can be factored are referred to as compound numbers.
Since prime numbers only have one prime factor (themselves), factor trees are unnecessary.
All prime numbers only have one prime factor.
30 has three prime numbers and is a factor of 60.
If the numbers are prime numbers, the prime factor of each number is the number itself. If the numbers are not prime numbers, the prime factors of each number are each of the prime numbers by which the number in question can be divided without a remainder.
Not a lot. They're both prime numbers. A factor that is prime is used to make other numbers.
It can be. 2 is a prime factor of all even numbers.