Two numbers are factors of a product when they multiply with each other to become the product. For example, if the product number is 10, then our factors can be 2 and 5, or 1 and 10.
No, the product of two factors that are the same is a perfect square. Common factors are numbers that divide evenly into a given set of numbers.
If you multiply a number by itself, you can also call it the square of the number, the second power of the number, or the number to the power 2.
It is a composite number.
The product is the answer you get when you multiply two numbers. The two numbers are called factors. The number the factors make when you multiply them is called the product
The same way that factoring a number is different from multiplying two factors. In general, it is much easier to multiply two factors together, than to find factors that give a certain product.
Any prime number.
A square number.
A rectangular number is a number which is the product of two consecutive integers.
When one of them divides evenly into the product with no remainder and the result is the other number.
A perfect square
The product is also a whole number. If the (number of positive factors) minus the (number of negative factors) is zero or an even number, then the product is positive. Otherwise the product is negative.
A prime number has only two factors which are itself and one
It is finite.
A number for which the only two factors of the number are itself and 1 is prime.
factors are the two or more numbers that are used to multiply and be the product of a certain number.
No two numbers have the exact same factors.
The product of the same two numbers, is the number's square.
187 will have the same number of factors no matter what you do to it.
They are called common factors when they are the same for two or more numbers. They are factors that are common to both number.
A perfect square.
a composite number seems a reasonable answer.
1 and 9.
If the two numbers do not have any factors in common (other than 1), then the LCM is the same as the product of the two numbers. Example: LCM of 5 & 6 is 30, which is the same as the product.