Factors of 11

What is the factor?

Factors are integers you multiply together to get another integer. Also remember that the factors always include 1 and itself.

NOTE: When finding the factors of a number, ask yourself “what numbers can be multiplied together to give me this number?.

How to find the factors of 11?

THINK: What pairs of numbers can be multiplied together to give me 11?

Step 1: 1 x 11 = 11, so put these numbers in the factor list.

 1 … 11

Step 2: Take 2 and divide with 11. The remainder will be 1. But factors always give 0 remainder. This means 2 is NOT a factor of 11.

 1 … 11

Step 3:Take 3 and divide with 11. The remainder will be 2. But factors always give 0 remainder. This means 3 is NOT a factor of 11.

 1 … 11

Step 4:Take 4 and divide with 11. The remainder will be 3. But factors always give 0 remainder. This means 4 is NOT a factor of 11.

 1 … 11

Step 5: Take 5 and divide with 11. The remainder will be 1. But factors always give 0 remainder. This means 5 is NOT a factor of 11.

 1 … 11

Same way you can check all the numbers upto 11. So, factors of 11 is 1, 11.

TIPS: Try to keep tables (at least till 20) on your finger tips. Revise tables every day

Is 11 a prime or composite number?

Yes, 11 is a prime number because it has only two distinct divisors: 1 and 11 (itself).

What is prime number – An integer number that is divisible by two distinct integers, 1 and itself.

What is the prime factorization of 11

The prime factorization of 11 is 1 × 11. The number 11 is a prime number, because its only factors are 1 and itself.

Factor pairs of 11

Factors are often given as pairs of numbers, which multiply together to give the original number. These are called factor pairs

What is factor pairs: Factor pairs are combinations of two factors that multiply together to give the original number.

So for 11, there are 4 factor pairs

1 × 11 = 11
11 × 1 = 11
-1 × -11 = 11
-11 × -1 = 11

Is 11 a square number?

No, 11 is not a square number.
The square root of 11 is 3.317.
The square of 11 is 121.

Hope you learned to solve the factors of 11.

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