a prime number
a # that has exactly 2 factors is called a prime number, an example of a prime number is 17 because it is odd and it only has 2 factors, 17= 1 and itself
Any whole number that has other factors besides 1 and itself is called a composite number.
If written as a multiplication sentence, that's a prime factorization.
A factor of a whole number, call it n, is any other whole number, call it a, for which another whole number, b, exists such that a times b equals n. For example, the factors of 8 are 1, 2, 4, and 8. The factors of 12 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 12. This definition extends naturally to any ring.
A prime number
you call it a prime number
Let's call the number 'n'. Its factors will be 1, itself and an unknown number. It will need to be a perfect square, and after some trial and error, we will come to the conclusion that it is 1369. The factors are 1, 1369 and 37.
It is a factor of the number to be divided
A prime number.
A mixed number.