# Factors of 70

## What is Factors ?

When two or more numbers are multiplied together to give a product, each is called a factor of the product. The product of two or more numbers is said to be a multiple of each of those numbers. For example 4 x 5 = 20. Here 4 and 5 are factors of 20 and 20 is a multiple of both 4 and 5.

### OR

A number which divides the given number exactly ( without leaving any remainder ) is called a factor  of given number.

### Factor :-

When two or more numbers are multiplied to give a product, each number is called a factor of the product. Here are the first eleven whole numbers and their factors:

Thus, a number (called divisor) is a factor of another number (called dividend) if it divides the dividend exactly, ie there is no remainder left over.

For example 3 is a factor of 36, but 3 is not a factor of 43.

## PRIME FACTORIZATION

A prime number has two factors : itself and 1 while a composite number has more than two factors.

The multiplication facts of 32 are as follows:

32 = 2x1x16

=2 x 1 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2

= 2x2x2x2 x 2 x1

Usually we do not write the factor 1 as it is understood. Factors of 32 are thus 2, 2, 2, 2 and 2. Since all the 5 numbers are prime numbers these are called the prime factors of 32. We also note that a single prime number is repeated in the prime factorization of 32.

Example : Give the prime factorization of 36.

Start dividing 36 step by step by the prime numbers in order. First of all divide it by 2 as many times as possible. Thus,

36 = 2 x 18

= 2x2x9

= 2x2x3x3

Thus, the prime factors of 36 are 2,2,3,3.

Example : Find the prime factors of 64.

Use repeated division by prime numbers as it is the easiest way to get prime factors. ## Factors Of 70

The Factors of 70 are the number that produce the result as 70 when two numbers are multiplied together.

Factors of 70 are the whole numbers which could be either positive or negative but not a fraction or decimal number. To find the factors of a number, 70 , we will use the factorization method.

### factors of 70

1 , 2 , 5 , 7 , 10 , 14 ,  35 , and 70

In Factorization Method . first consider the number s. 1 and 70 and continue with finding the other pair of multiples of 70 , which gives the result as an original number.

### Pair Factors Of 70

1×70 =70 ,then ( 1 , 70 ) is a pair factor  of  70

2×35 = 70 , then (2, 35 ) is a pair factor of  70          { ∵ 35 = 5×7 }

5×14 = 100 .then ( 5 , 14) is a pair of  70                { ∵ 14 = 2×7 }

7×10 = 70 .then ( 7,10) is a pair of  70                { ∵ 10 = 2×5 }

The positive pair factor of 100 are  ( 1 , 70 ) , ( 2 ,  35 ) and  (5, 14 ) ,and  ( 7 , 10 )

### Pair Factors Of 70

-1×-70 = 70,then ( -1 , -70 ) is a pair factor  of  70

-2×-35 = 70 , then (-2, -35 ) is a pair factor of  70

-5×-14 = 70 .then ( -5,-14) is a pair of  70

-7×-70 = 70 .then ( -7,-10 ) is a pair of 70

The Negative  pair factor of 100 are  ( -1 , -70 ) , ( -2, -35 ) and  ( -5 , -14)and ( -7 , -10 )

### Now we calculate the Factors of 70?

Following steps to calculate the factors of a number.

First, write the number 70.

Find the two numbers, which gives the result as 70 under the multiplication,  2 and 35 , such as  2 x 35  = 70.

We know that 2 is a prime number which has only two factors, i.e., 1 and the number itself( 1 and 2).

2 = 2 x 1

But look at the number 35 , which is a composite number but not a prime number. So it can be further factorized

20 = 5x 7 x 1

Therefore, the factorization of 70 is written as,70 = 7 x 5 x 2 x 1..

Finally, write down all the unique numbers (i.e.) 7 x 5 x 2 x 1..

### Prime Factors Of 70 BY  Using Division Method

First Step :- Divide  the number 70  with the smallest prime factor , say 2 .

70 ÷2 = 35

Second Step :- Again divide 100 by 2 and the process goes on.

= 35 ÷5  = 7

Third Step :- If we divide 35 by 2 we will get a fractional number ,which cannot be a factor. Say 5

35 ÷ 5 = 7

Fourth step :-Finally we received the number 1 at the end of the division process .

Now we received prime factors of 70 are 2 × 5× 7 , where 2 , 5 and 7 the prime numbers. ### Tan 30 degrees 