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125 has the following factors: 1,125,5 & 25. Therefore there are 4 factors.

The smallest positive factor of any positive integer is the number 1. If negative factors are allowed, the smallest factor is the negative of the absolute value of any integer.

Positive means greater than zero; Integer means a whole number. A positive integer is also known as a counting number: one of 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. Finally, distinct means a number that is different - from some numbers that have been specified earlier.

The largest factor of any positive integer is the number itself.

The largest factor of any positive number is the number itself.

The positive integer with only one factor is 1.

The greatest factor of any positive integer is the number itself.

Distinct integer is a number with non fraction or decimal.

A prime number is a number with two positive integer factors, while a composite number has more than two positive integer factors. Since the number 0 has no positive integer factors, and the number 1 has just one positive integer factor (itself), neither of these are prime.

The definition of a prime is an integer that has two positive factors, one and itself. These are two distinct factors. One only has one positive factor. Thus it's not a prime.

The smallest factor of any positive integer is 1.

Every positive number is the greatest factor of itself.

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