A "perfect number" is defined to be a number such that all of its factors - smaller than the number itself - add up to the number. Examples:
6 = 1 + 2 + 3
28 = 1 + 2 + 4 + 7 + 14
11 is not equal to its only factor (smaller than itself), the number 1.
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What are the prime factors of 11?
11 is a prime number, so its only prime factor is 11. Factors of 11 = 1 & 11 thus, 11 is a prime number. The prime factor of 11 is 11. Factors of 11 = 1 & 11 thus, 11 is a prime number. The prime factor of 11 is 11. ...
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What is the prime factorization for the number 11?
11 is a prime number. Its only prime factor is 11.
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Is it possible for a prime number to be a perfect number and why?
No, all prime numbers are deficient.
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What are facts about number 11?
1. Number 11 (Eleven) is a prime 2. The number is an icon of prosperity. People use to give 11 dollars, 11 items of gifts because 11 is means more, one more than 10 (the perfect number) so that the prosperity may come to the receiver more, more than perfect. ...