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Q: What are the factors of this rectangular number?

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They are 1 and the number itself.

1 is a non-rectangular number. The only factor of 1 is 1.

The Number of factors, (That is the number of pairs, such as 2= 1x2, 2x1), is equal to the number of rectangular arrays which can be made for each composite number. As such, the number of factors in the number 9 is 3, (1,3,9), and the number of rectangular arrays is also three (1x9, 9x1,3x3). Hope this helps!

If you can compile a complete list of all different rectangular models with sides of integer length for a number then their lengths and breadths represent its factors.

No. To be rectangular a number must have two factors greater than 1. If it has two factors greater than 1, it cannot be prime.

A rectangular number is the product of two consecutive integers, that is, n (n + 1). A composite number is a positive integer with more than two factors.

Yes, 50 is a rectangular number because its factors can be arranged in rectanglar patterns 2 x 25 or 5 x 10.

There are nine.

Each factor pair is an array.

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301 is a rectangular number

72 is rectangular.

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