9 has three factors: 1, 3, and 9
Prime squares have three factors: the number, the square root and one.
The largest one digit number that has three factors is 9. Its factors are 1, 3, and 9.
It will be the number with only 2 factors
The one with less than three factors.
One of its factors
That depends what number you are trying to find the factors of - all those three numbers are factors of the number 18.
The factors of twelve are one, two, three, four, six, and twelve. :)
A compound number.
The factors of three are one and three.
One of them would be the cube root.
prime number, itself and one
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.
No whole number has only three prime factors. At the very least, every number has one as a factor, which is not prime.
Yes. 1, 3 and 9 are the factors of the composite number 9.
This is called a composite number.
Squares of prime numbers are the only numbers with three factors, since there must be only one nontrivial divisor for a number to have three factors. That number must thus be prime.
a prime number
Common factors are one and three.
There isn't one.
It is 103 which is a prime number because it has only two factors which are itself and one