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Q: Why is one a factor of any number?

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Because any number times one equals the original number. Therefore, one and the number itself will always be a factor pair of any given number.

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the number 10 is a factor of any number that ends with zero

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Because 3 is a factor of 9. Any number that has a composite number as a factor will also have that number's factors as factors.

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Because any number times one equals the original number. Therefore, one and the number itself will always be a factor pair of any given number.

One divides any number

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Any even number has at least one even factor.

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The number one is a factor of every number.

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Every number has one as a factor because one can divide into any number with no remainder. Every number does not have one as a proper factor because the set of proper factors does not contain one and the number itself.

The greatest factor of any number is the number itself. There is no integer that is the greatest factor of every number. One is a factor of every number. One is the GCF of co-prime numbers.

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Every number has a factor.

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