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It is only: 1*97 = 97 because it is a Prime number

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97 is a prime number so it only has two factors: 1 and itself.


The prime factors of 97 are 1 and 97. Thus, 97 is a prime number.


The factors of 97 are 1 and 97. Prime numbers don't have "proper" factors.


factors of 3: 1, 3 factors of 5: 1, 5 factors of 97: 1, 97


The Factors Of 97 Is Only 1 And 97, Which Makes It A Prime Number.


Any number you like to think of but as a product of its prime factors: 2*5*97 = 970


Factors: 1 and 97 Multiples: 97, 194, 291 and so on.


The factors of 679 are: 1, 7, 97, 679The factors of 1261 are: 1, 13, 97, 1261The common factors are: 1, 97


The only factors are 1 and 97 and so, 97 is a prime.


The factors of 2813 are: 1 29 97 2813.The prime factors are: 29, 97


The factors of 70 are: 1, 2, 5, 7, 10, 14, 35, 70 The factors of 97 are: 1, 97


291 has four factors: 1, 3, 97, 291


97 is already a prime number. It cannot be expressed as prime factors.


The factors are 1, 2, 4, 97, 194, and 388, and the PRIME factors are 2 and 97.


97 is a prime number so it's only factors are 1 and 97.


Factors of 3: 1, 3Factors of 97: 1, 97Factors of 5: 1, 5GCF (3, 97, 5) = 1


The factors of 873 are: 1 3 9 97 291 873.The prime factors are: 3, 97


The factors of 7663 are: 1 79 97 7663 The prime factors are: 79 x 97


2*164 work, but there are many more factors of 328.


43 and 97 share no common factors aside from 1.


1, 3, 97, 2913 and 97 are prime.



Yes, factors are numbers you multiply to get a product.


The factors of 23 are: 1, 23 The factors of 83 are: 1, 83 The factors of 97 are: 1, 97 The factors of 100 are: 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100


97 has only two factors because it is a prime number. They are 1 and itself.



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