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Q: Can you Compare the number of factors of a prime number to the number of factors of a square number?

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A prime square.

Any prime number to the 14th power, like 16384 or 4782969.

Any prime number to the 5th power squared has 11 factors, like 1024 or 59049.

317 is a prime number.

No prime number has that many factors.

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The prime factors of a squared number are the prime factors, if any, of its square root.

Technically, you can't. You can find the prime factors of a number. If you compare those prime factors to the prime factors of another number, you will see if they have any prime factors in common.

Square numbers have too many factors to be prime.

The square of any prime number has only three factors. Example: 121 is the square of 11, a prime number. The only factors of 121 are 1, 11, and 121 itself.

A square of a prime.

The square of a prime number.

To find out if a number is a square number, find its prime factors and check if all prime factors duplicate. In this example, the prime factors are: 2,2,5,5,5,5 We can see that all numbers are duplicates, and can be paired up. So 2500 is a square number of 2x5x5 or 50.

A prime square

Square it.

The square of any prime number has exactly 3 factors. They are: 1). 1 2). the number itself 3). the prime number which is its square-root

Any square of a prime number.

If it's a square of a prime number.

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