What are the factors of 95?

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To find the factors of 95 let's first see which numbers when multiplied equal 95. We have 1 x 95 and 5 x 19. There are no other whole numbers when multiplied together that equal 95. So the factors of 95 are 1, 5, 19, and 95. The prime factors are 5 and 19.
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The factors of 95 are 1, 5, 19, and 95, and the prime factors of 95 are 5 x 19.
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Let's see. 95 ends in 5, so we know it's at least divisible by 5. So dividing by 5 gives you 19. Since both 5 and 19 are prime, the answer is 5*19.
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