2 x 3 x 6
same number multiplied by one
1, 2 and 3
An exponent is a number that indicates how many copies of the base are to be multiplied together. An exponent is a number like any other and its factors - if any - are foud in the same way as the factor of any other number.
If you are talking about the number itself, they can be the same. To be specific: A prime number is a number that only has the factors 1 and itself. A factor is a number that when multiplied creates a product. A prime factor is a prime number that is multiplied to create a product.
One, two, and three.
Factors are numbers that produce a product when multiplied together. A divisor is a number that produces a product when multiplied by a quotient, which is also a factor. When you're dividing, you call them divisors and when you're multiplying you call them factors, but they're just different words for the same thing.
one, two, and three
This factor is called the constant.
7.0711 × 7.0711 = 50.000455
The product of the two numbers is them multiplied together.
They have congruent angles, they are multiplied by a scale factor, and they are the same shape