There are a few numbers that are less than 19 and have more than 4 factors. The number 10 is less than 19 and has more than four factors.
There are 10 numbers less than 101 which have an odd number of factors: 1,4,9,16,25,36,49,64,81,100.
1 is the number less than fifty with the fewest number of factors. All other numbers have at least two factors (1, and the integer itself).
The number is 54. It is greater than 36 and less than 70. One of its factors is 9 and it is an even number.
the number is 350 the factors is 175 and 2
There are 12 numbers less than 150 which have an odd number of factors: 1,4,9,16,25,36,49,64,81,100,121,144.
That means that the sum of the number's factors, less than the number itself, is less than the number in question - in this case, if you add the factors of 15 (except 15 itself, which is also a factor of 15), you get a total that is less than 15.
Any number less than 100 which has more than 2 factors is a composite number
There are 44 positive integers less than 2,010 that have an odd number of factors.
The only number less than 100 with exactly nine factors is 36. 19 is not one of the factors.
i am a number less than 100 to of my factors are 3 and 5 my digits are 1 apart what number am i
The numbers for which the sum of its proper factors is 1 less than the number is the powers of 2; less than 50 these are: 2, 4, 8, 16 & 32.
Perfect squares have an odd number of factors. There are 31 perfect squares less than 1000.
The smallest number that has exactly three factors is 4.
48 has ten factors.
If you're allowed to repeat factors, 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 16. If not, no number less than 100 has more than 3 distinct prime factors.
48 has 10 factors, the most factors of any number under 50.
the answer is 25, the factors are 1,5,25
180 has 18 factors.
"12" has 6 factors.
Products will be greater unless your number set includes a number less than 1.
no, factors of a number would be less than that of the original number. A prime number is a number that has factors of only itself and 1.
the number 90 has the most factors under 100