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Factor: a number or algebraic expression by which another isexactly divisible. In the statement 9 x 4 = 36, 9 and 4 are factors of 36. A factor of a whole number is any one of… two or more whole numbers multiplied together to form that number. A prime number has no factors other than 1 and itself, and 1 has no factor other than 1. (MORE)

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"In mathematics, factorization ( also factorisation in British English ) or factoring is the decomposition of an object (for example, a number, a polynomial, or a matr…ix) into a product of other objects, or factors , which when multiplied together give the original." (Wikipedia) (MORE)

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You'll have to find out how to make it!Like 36 what makes 36 . 9x4 make 36 so make a tree and Youll have to find out what make 9. 3x3 = 9 and find out what makes 4. 2x2 = 4. 2…x2 are prime and 3x3 are prime so its 22x 32 36 / \\ 9 4 / \\ 3x3 2x2 22x 32 2x2x3x3 (MORE)

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to get the factors of a number you figure out what numbers multiplied together would equal the number youre trying to get factors for

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I don't think there's enough information to answer this accurately. Any factor can and some of them do.

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If I understand your question correctly, the "It" factor is part of a person's projection of their personality. In other words, they have something very special that sets …them apart from everyone else and makes them noticeable. It's a presence in a person that requires you to notice it. It can be personality, glam, body, beauty, clothes, or a combination of any or all of those. It can even be a glow that someone carries within them. Sometimes you can't put your finger on it, but you always notice it. Whoever has the "It" factor is usually "the bomb." It's really the complete package of noticeability that eclipses those around you. See the overuse of the word "it"? 7 times. That's why it's called the "It" factor. It's used in sentences this way: "She has it." "He's got it going on." As wonderful as it may sound to have the "It" factor, it isn't an indication of your character or how deep you are on the inside. Mostly, it's an external projection of one's self based on a variety of factors; although, in some cases, a person's beautiful insides do shine through. (MORE)

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As the song goes, "I'm a factor, he's a factor, she's a factor, we're a factor, wouldn't you like to be a factor too?"

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Gag answer: A little penicillin will clear that right up. Annoying answer: Anything you want. Answer with a question: What would you like to do with them? Superfluous an…swer: List them, greatest to least. The truth: I don't really understand what you want to know, as the question seems overly broad. If you could be more specific, it would be helpful. (MORE)

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I factor because the problem I'm solving calls for it. It's the fastest and easiest way to solve for the GCF or LCM.

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In Mathematics, a factor is a number or algebraic expression by which another is exactly divisible.