Once all the prime factors of a number have been found, the number of factors the number has and what they are can be found. I'd be finding the prime factors first before finding all the factors of a number, so I'd rather find all the prime factors as it means I can stop before I have to do more work in finding all the factors.
Prime numbers have as factors the number 1 and their own number. Example: 37 is a prime number because its only factors are "1" and "37". If the prime number had further factors, it would no longer be prime.
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 smallest prime factors are 2,3,5,7 thus the smallest number would be the product of these will be 210
Prime numbers have two factors. Prime squares have three factors. Square numbers have an odd number of factors but that number varies.
Well, the factors of a prime number is that they only have two factors.
There is not such a thing as a composite prime number. A prime number has exactly two factors. A composite number has more than two factors.
All numbers have factors. Some factors are prime numbers. These are known as prime factors. The set of prime factors is a subset of the set of factors for any given number.
the two prime numbers will be factors of that number, which would make that number a composite number
A prime number has two factors: one and the number itself. A prime number does not have any proper factors.
Whether a number is a prime number or not is determined by its factors. It is a prime number if its only factors are 1 and itself.
You cannot list all the potential prime factors. Any prime number can be a prime factor. There are an infinite number of prime numbers, so there are an infinite number of potential prime factors. If given a specific number, the prime factors for it can be listed.