There is NO number with the most number of factors.
In that range, 180 has the most.
Trying to quantify the highest number of anything in mathematics is often problematic because numbers don't stop. There is no finite amount of factors or multiples. There can always be a higher number of both.
There is no limit.
That's an infinite amount. Since numbers don't stop, factors don't either.
The highest factor of any positive number is the number itself.
Factors are numbers. Since there is no highest number, there is no highest factor.
840 has 32 different factors - including 1 and itself. The next highest has 28 factors.
A square number.
A square number