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The concept of a factor makes proper sense only in the context of integers. Otherwise, any non-zero number can be factor of any other number.

For example, radical 7 is a factor of radical 18 since

radical(180) = radical(7) * radical (18/7)

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Q: What is the factor of radical 18?
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