What Are the Factors of 28?

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A factor is an integer, which composes a larger number. This means that dividing a number by an integer will yield its factors provided the number is not a prime factor, since the only factor for prime numbers is one and the prime number itself. The factors for 28 are 2, 4, 7, and 14.
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