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Q: What are all the factors for the number 55?

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The factors of 55 are 1, 5, 11, and 55. Prime factors of 55 are 5 and 11.

1,5,11,55 and it is a prime number

55 is not a prime number because you can do 5*11=55. The definition of a prime number is a number that has only the factors of 1 and itself. Because 55 has 1*55-55 AND 5*11=55 it is not a prime number. Hope that helps!!

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The first step in finding the factors of a number is to break it down into its prime factors. 55 is known from times tables to be 5x11, so we know its prime factorization is 5x11. To find any factors other than 1, you just multiply any combination of the prime factors together. In this case, 55 gives us the factors of: 1, 5, 11 and 55.

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Because 55 is an odd number. All the factors of odd numbers are odd.

55 has four factors... 1, 5, 11 & 55

55 = 5 * 11

The factors of 55 are 1, 5, 11, and 55. Prime factors of 55 are 5 and 11.

1,5,11,55 and it is a prime number

The factors of 55 are: 1, 5, 11, 55 1 x 55 = 55 5 x 11 = 55

The factors of 55 are 1,5,11,55. So from the list mentioned, just the number 5 out of 2,3,5,9,10.

To find the prime factorization of a number, start with any factor pair of that number and keep factoring the composite numbers until all factors are prime. 55 5 x 11 = 55 Both factors are prime, so that is the prime factorization.

55 is not a prime number because you can do 5*11=55. The definition of a prime number is a number that has only the factors of 1 and itself. Because 55 has 1*55-55 AND 5*11=55 it is not a prime number. Hope that helps!!

5 and 11

Common factors of 55 and 75 are: 1 and 5.

It is 55 because it has more than 2 factors

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