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Q: How do you call a whole number that has exact two factors?

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call up the local customer care number/Branch where you hold your account and get the exact number

Any square of a prime number. For example, 5*5 = 25 has the factors 1, 5, 25. If you square any other prime number, call it "p", the factors of the result are 1, p, p square.

They're just different words for the same thing.

When referring to blood, you call it positive or negative. These are the two Rh factors.

I call it 1.

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Prime numbers have exactly two factors.

Any whole number that has other factors besides 1 and itself is called a composite number.

If written as a multiplication sentence, that's a prime factorization.

A factor of a whole number, call it n, is any other whole number, call it a, for which another whole number, b, exists such that a times b equals n. For example, the factors of 8 are 1, 2, 4, and 8. The factors of 12 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 12. This definition extends naturally to any ring.

A prime number

you call it a prime number

Factors.

A prime number.

A mixed number.

A number with more than two factors is composite

a perfect square

A prime number.