No. As a general rule, factors cannot be larger than the number they are being compared to. 1001 is a multiple of 7. 7 is a factor of 1001.
Highest common factor of 1000 and 1001 is 1.
7 is a factor of 1001 because 7 x 143 = 1,001
No, the number 1001 is not a prime number. The number 1001 can be divided by 7.
For two numbers a & b:If b is divisible by a then their GCF is a.Here, 1001 is divisible by 11. So, greatest common factor of 11 & 1001 is 11.
The purpose of a factor tree is to notate the process of finding the prime factorization. If a number is already prime, a factor tree is not necessary.
Since 11 is a factor of 1001, it is automatically the GCF.
The purpose of a factor tree is to divide a number into prime factors. 1 is not a prime number.
13 is a prime number so it doesn't have a factor tree.
There is no factor tree nor factors of 57 as it is a prime number.
2 is a prime number; no factor tree.
The factor tree for the number 956 would be written out as 2*2*239. To find the factor tree you can use a factor tree calculator to get the answer you need.