IN MATH: 1. n. a multiplier. EX. List the factors of 12. 2. v. to express as a product of 2 or more multipliers.
IN ENGLISH: 1. n. something to consider; something which acts upon something else. EX. Nan had many factors to weigh in making her decision.

APPLICATION: See list 30.
1. I'm thinking of two factors of 54 whose sum is 15. Find them.
2. I'm thinking of two factors of 54 whose difference is 15. Find them.
3. List all whole factors of 80.
See PRIME FACTORIZATION.
APPLICATION: See list 30.
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