All prime numbers have only two factors.
Numbers having only 2 factors are prime numbers. Their only factors are 1 and themselves. Prime numbers. The only two factors should be 1 and itself.
A number is prime if its only two factors are one and itself.
Yes, prime numbers have factors. A prime number has only two factors(1 and itself).
Prime numbers have only two factors.
Prime numbers have only two factors, 1 and themselves, so only prime numbers could have only two factors
Prime factors of numbers are small numbers that the bigger (original) number can divide by. The prime factors have to be prime. This means they only have two factors, itself and one.
None. Prime numbers only have two factors.
None because prime numbers have only two factors
Numbers that have only 2 factors are prime numbers
Prime numbers only have one and itself as factors.