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## Fact - 1 (Factors)

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 Fact 1 = Every number is a factor of itself Following examples further explain Fact 1 of Factors Example 1 = Discuss the Fact "every number is a factor of itself" with help of given number 12. Answer = Find factors of given number 12. Factors are = 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12. Now, see the factors carefully and you will notice that factor includes a number 12 also. Hence, it is clear that every number is a factor of itself. Example 2 = Discuss the Fact "every number is a factor of itself" with help of given number 27. Answer = Find factors of given number 27. Factors are = 1, 3, 9, 27. Now, on watching the factors did you notice anything special ? One of the factor is equal to the given number i.e. 27. Hence, it is clear that every number is a factor of itself. Example 3 = Discuss the Fact "every number is a factor of itself" with help of given number 10. Answer = Find factors of given number 10. Factors are = 1, 2, 5, 10. In the above factors, one of the factor is equal to the given number i.e. 10. Hence, it is clear that every number is a factor of itself.

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