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# What is the third smallest natural number that has exactly four distinct positive factors?

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### What is the student reference book grade 5 definition of Prime Numbers?

A positive integer with exactly two distinct factors.

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### What is the smallest the smallest whole number with exactly 4 different factors?

I think that it is 4

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### What is the smallest number with exactly four factors?

Among positive integers, 6

### What is the student reference book grade 5 definition of Prime Numbers?

A positive integer with exactly two distinct factors.

### What is the smallest number that has exactly eight factor?

The smallest number that has exactly eight factors is 24. The factors of 1,2,3,4,6,8,12, and 24

### Which numbers less than 100 have exactly 12 distinct factors?

24edit: nonethe smallest number with 12 distinct factors would be2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23*29*31*37>>100

### What is the least number with exactly 8 factors?

The smallest number with exactly eight factors is 24.

### What is the least positive integer that has exactly 13 factors?

4096 is the smallest number with exactly 13 factors. (Including 1 and itself as factors).192 is the smallest number with exactly 13 properfactors, (excluding the number itself).120 is the smallest number with at least 13 factors (it has 16 factors)To find the smallest number with exactly N factors (for example, N=12):Factor N into primes, (for example, 12= 2*2*3Subtract 1 from each of the prime factors (for example, 1,1,2)Sort them by largest first (for example, 2,1,1)Raise successive prime numbers to these powers (for example, 2^2,3^1,5^1)Multiply these together (for example: 4*3*5 = 60; 60 is the smallest number with exactly 12 factors).

### How many natural numbers less than 1000 have exactly three distinct positive integer divisors?

Prime squares have three factors. There are 11 of them in that range.

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