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Q: What is a number called when it has one factor?

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It is called unity.

a prime number

a prime factor

Number one is a factor.

Composite

A number is called a factor when it can divide evenly into another number with no remainder. Integers only.

The only number with a single factor is ' 1 '. Every other number has at least two factors: ' 1 ' and itself. A number with only those two factors and no others is called a "prime" number.

prime * * * * * No, the only number with just one factor is 1. Each prime has TWO factors: 1 and the prime itself.

The number is prime.

Normal. When a number has more than two factors, it's called composite.

Multiplicand times multiplier equals product.

One is a factor of every number.

It is called a common factor.

It is called a factor

It is called a 'factor'

The number 1. Any other number has at least two factors - 1 and itself.

One is a factor of any number, because any number can be evenly divided by one.

One is a multiple and a factor.

The number one.

A number with more than one factor is normal, since all numbers except 0 and 1 have more than one factor. A number with more than two factors is composite.

The first number is a multiple of the second. The second number is a factor of the first.

yes it is a factor for every number.

The number one.

One.

A common factor.