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137 is a Prime number. The only two factors of a prime number are 1 and itself.

The two factors of 137 are 1 and 137. There are only two factors of a prime number.

The only factor pair of 137 is 1 x 137. There is only one factor pair of a prime number.

The proper factors of 137 are only 1 or,

if the definition you are using excludes 1, there are none.

The only prime factor of 137 is 137. There is only one prime factor of a prime number - itself.

The distinct prime factor (listing each prime factor only once) of 137 is also 137.

The prime factorization of 137 is 137. In some cases, to emphasize that it is prime, you might write the prime factorization as 1 x 137.

NOTE: There cannot be common factors, a greatest common factor, or a least common multiple because "common" refers to factors or multiples that two or more numbers have in common.

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