# What are the factors of 145?

5 and 29

Factors, also known as "prime numbers," are the smallest integers that can be multiplied together to return the original value. As such, they are very helpful in mathematics because they allow for the identification of least and greatest common denominators, which simplifies problems considerably.

In order to factor 145, it helps to know that it ends in a "5", so 5 is a good place to start. We then divide 145 by 5 to get TWO factors that make up 145: 5 * 29.

Since "29" can only be divided into the integer factors 29*1 and is therefore a prime number, we have all of the factors for 145: 145 = 5 * 29.

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The factors of 145 are 1, 5, 29, and 145.

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