a prime factor
A prime number
The name "24-digit number" is just fine.The name "24-digit number" is just fine.The name "24-digit number" is just fine.The name "24-digit number" is just fine.
The prime factorization of the number at the top
A prime number is any number that only has one and itself as factors. By definition even numbers have a factor of two. Therefore the only even number that is prime is the number 2.
It's Prime Numbers. Prime numbers' factor are only 1 and it self.
Squares (or cubes or more) of prime numbers have one distinct prime factor, but if you're counting them individually, all composite numbers have at least two prime factors.
All prime numbers only have one prime factor.
Just that - a 26-digit number. There is no special name for that.
It is called a twelve-digit number. Its exact name will depend on the number.
two- digit modifier
We generally refer to them by the number of digits. Two-digit number, three-digit number, etc.
'Number' or 'digit'.
10 = 2 * 5 15 = 3 * 5 The shared prime factor is 5. Another way to find this is by finding the greatest common denominator (gcd).
the value of a digit as determined by its position in a number, the name of the place or location of a digit in a number