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There is no such number with "most factors"; if you have a number with a certain number of factors, you can always multiply it by 2, or by 3, etc., to get another number that has even more factors.

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โˆ™ 2016-09-22 09:48:08

There is no such number. If any number lays claim to have the most factors, then 2 times that number will have twice as many. That process can go on for ever.

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