Numbers having exactly three factors are the squares of prime numbers. Examples of these numbers greater than 100 are 121, 169, 289, 361, 529, 841, etc.
All the numbers up to 100 are factors in some numbers up to 100. For example, 1 is a factor of every number and 2 is a factor of all the even numbers. The numbers greater than 50 are only factors of themselves among the numbers up to 100, 95 is only a factor of itself, because the next number for which it is a factor is 190, which is greater than 100.
The squares of prime numbers greater than 10.
All even numbers greater than 2 have even proper factors, since they all have 2 as a proper factor.
Only itself which is 100
There are an infinite amount of prime numbers greater than 100
The prime numbers that are greater than 80 and less than 100 are 83, 89, and 97.
The factors of 12 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 12. None of the factors of 12 are greater than 100.
There are an infinite amount of prime numbers that are greater than 100. The first three of those are 101, 103 and 107.
the only factors of 180 greater than 50 but least than 100 is 60 and 90 =)
Any prime number (greater than 3) to the 4th power has 5 factors, like 625 and 2401.
The Greatest Common Factor depends upon the numbers for which there are common factors and it is the greatest one of them; it can be greater than 18, for example the greatest common factor of 40 and 100 is 20. The greatest common factor must be one of the factors of each of the numbers. As the factors of each number cannot be greater than that number, the greatest common factor of a set of numbers cannot be greater than the least number. If this number is not greater than 18 then the greatest common factor of the numbers cannot be greater than 18. Even if the least number is greater than 18 it is possible that the greatest common factor of a set of numbers is still not greater than 18, for example the greatest common factor of 20, 30 and 50 is 10.
Take any number greater than 10. Multiply it by itself. The answer will be a square number greater than 100 - and there is an infinitey of such numbers.
All whole numbers less than 100 (except 0 ) have eight or more factors ( 1 = 1x1x1x1x1x1x1x1 and so on). But I'm assuming you're trying to asking the same question except with a 'prime' infront of factors. The answer is zero as if we consider the smallest prime no. viz 2, multiply it 8 times (=256) is greater than 100.Hence, zero whole numbers less than 100 have eight or more prime factors.
There are an infinite number of primes greater than any number given.
All numbers have factors. For example, the number 300 has the factors 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50, 60, 75, 100, 150, 300. Some of those factors are greater than 100, some are less than 100.
24 of them.