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 The divisors (aliquot parts) of a positive integer 2019-10-31 From Kenneth:Is there a fast and simple method that can be used to determine the aliquot parts, whole, positive numbers that can divide into another whole, positive number?Answered by Harley Weston. Number of factors 2008-09-18 From Austin:I am stuck on finding what type of number has exactly two factors and what type of number has an odd number of factors? I need some examples.Answered by Penny Nom. Number of factors 2008-07-20 From pete:how do you find the number of factors in a really big number without using a factoring program or listing the out?Answered by Penny Nom. What number has exactly 51 divisors? 2008-02-26 From Lisa:What number has a Tau which equals 51? In other words, what number has exactly 51 divisors? It must be a square of some kind!Answered by Penny Nom, Victoria West and Harley Weston. an integer with three factors 2004-08-03 From A student:What is the probability that a randomly chosen 3 digit number has exactly 3 factorsAnswered by Penny Nom. An odd number of factors 1999-10-22 From Melissa:What is the common name used for numbers that have an odd number of factors? What is the least positive integer that has exactly 13 factors? Answered by Penny Nom.

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