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# Can 1 and the factor be used itself to be a factor tree?

Updated: 10/19/2022 Wiki User

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The purpose of a factor tree is to divide a number into prime factors. 1 is not a Prime number. Wiki User

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Q: Can 1 and the factor be used itself to be a factor tree?
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### What Is The Factor Tree For 109?

109 109 x 1 This is all there is to the factor tree, because 109 is a prime number. Normally, I wouldn't use 1 in a factor tree, but I do in this case to make it clear that I have done a factor tree, since 109 is only divisible by itself and 1.

### What is a factor tree of 23?

23 is prime number. Its only factors are 1 and itself (23)

### What is a factor tree of 89?

1 x 89 (89 is a prime number, so its only factors are 1 and itself)

### Does a prime number have a factor tree?

No. A prime number is one that has no factors except the number '1' and itself.

### What is the factor tree for 293?

There is no factorization of 293 because 293 is a prime number. It is divisible only by 1 and itself.

### What is a prime factor tree?

A factor tree is a way to notate the process of finding the prime factorization. If completed successfully, the bottom row (branch) will display the prime factorization of the number you started with.

### What Is the Factor to 1?

1 has one factor, itself.

### What is an example of a factor tree for 127?

127 /\ 127 x 1 127 is a prime number which means that it can only be divided or simplified by 1 and itself

### What does the factor tree look like for 51 and 255?

Factor tree for 51: 51 * 1 or 17 * 3 Factor tree for 255: 255 * 1 or 51 * 5

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### What is the factor between 1 and 11?

1 has one factor: itself.11 has two factors: one and itself.

### What two numbers go into 59 in a factor tree?

59 is a prime number and as such has only two factors: 1 and 59 A factor tree doesn't make sense for prime numbers since it would only have one branch: the number itself.