Q: Is there a limit to the number of factors a whole number greater than zero can have?

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The limit is infinity if the factors do not have to be whole numbers. If you stipulate that the factors have to be whole numbers, then, yes, for each number, there is a limit to how many factors it has. For example, the number 4 has only 3 whole-number factors: 1, 2, and 4.

A whole number greater than 1 that has 3 or more factors is 10.

No.

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No. Whatever multiple of the number you think might be the limit, you can always add the whole number again and have a larger multiple.

6

a prime number

A prime number !

a composite number

A compound number.

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It is a Composite number.

That's a composite number.

Anywhere from 1 to an infinite number of factors. 1 has one factor. 9 has three factors. 84 has 12 factors. There is no limit.

If it has more than two factors then it is a composite number

Is a composite number.

A composite number

composite number! ;)

A composite number.

its called a composite number

Any composite number will do. No primes!

Yes.

A prime number.