Why does the Fact family for 81 and nine have only two number sentences
Yes. Every integer is a factor of zero. Zero is in fact the only number that can be divided by zero, so zero is also a factor. Zero has an infinite number of factors.
The greatest common factor -- in fact, the only common factor -- of 2, 5, and 8 is the number 1.
This is a ridiculous question, due to the fact that 31 is a prime number. Therefore, as 31 is not a factor of 30, the highest common factor can only be 1.
There cannot be such a family because of self-reference. It is similar to the Russell paradox (named after Bertrand Russell). As soon as you have a fact family with only two facts, you have added a third fact. The third fact is that is that the fact family had only two facts. That then makes it a family with three facts. Which means it is no longer a fact family with only two facts. So the third fact is no longer correct. And so it does not have three facts. Which means it has only two facts and you will keep looping round and round forever!
One is the only number that is a factor of every other number.
There are only two numbers in that case. For example 5 x 5 = 25 and 25/5 = 5. The fact family has only two sentences. Now from the equation it indicates that the product of the same numbers gives the dividend or dividend divided by divisor is the same number as the divisor since there are only two numbers in the fact family.
IT does because the other two sentences are impossible.
It does because the other two sentences are impossible.
Small words make a difference. No prime number "has" a factor of 16. But 2 is the only prime number that "is" a factor of 16.
No prime number only has one factor. Each prime number has itself and 1 as factors. Now, the number 1 of course has only one factor, but it is technically not a prime number.
The only number with one factor is 1.
1 is the only number that has only one factor.
1 has one factor.
13 is a prime number. The only prime factor of a prime number is the number itself.
The only prime factor of 16 is 2.
A number is called a factor when it can divide evenly into another number with no remainder. Integers only.
71 is a prime number and its only prime factor is itself. Its only other factor is 1, which is not a prime number.none because 71 is prime71 is a prime number and its only prime factor is itself. Its only other factor is 1, which is not a prime number.none because 71 is prime
If a fact family has only 2 multiplication nd division sentences, what do you know about the product and divident?
Since every number is a factor of itself, that would have to be zero.
Yes, all even numbers have a factor of two due the fact that the are of an even sequence and can be divisible by two which is also an even number. Any number that is even is not prime because is can be divided by the factor 2, but two itself is a prime number as its only factors are itself and 1. All even number have to have a factor of two e.g 4 can be divided by two, as well as 6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20 and so on.
5 is not a factor of 9347. 5 is a factor of a number only if the last digit of the number is a 0 or a 5.
prime factor = prime number which can be divided into the given number with no remainder ie 2
The only number that is always a factor is 1. This is based on my assumption that there are no decimals in your answer.