# Factors Of 29 – Find Prime Factorization

## Factors Of 29

Numbers that divide 29 exactly without leaving a remainder are called factors of 29. It can be positive or negative, but it cannot be decimal or fractional.

As an example, the pair factor of 29 can be either (-1, -29) or (1, 29). If you multiply -1 and -29, you will get the original number 29.

In this article, we will find the pair factors of 29 and the prime factors of 29 as well as how to find the factors of 29 via prime factorization and division.

## What are the Factors of 29?

A factor of 29 is a number that divides the number exactly without leaving any remainders. As a result, when the numbers are multiplied in pairs, they will give the result 29.

Factors of 29 are 1 and 29. Considering that 29 is a prime number, the factors are 1 and the number itself.

Factors of 29: 1 and 29

Prime Factorization of 29: 1×29 or 291

## Pair Factors of 29

29 can have both positive and negative pair factors, as we discussed above. 29 has two factors, which, when multiplied together, determine the original number 29.

Positive Pair Factors

As shown below, 29 has a positive pair factor.

Negative Pair Factors

As well, the negative pair factor of 29 is:

## Factors of 29 by Division Method

Here is how to determine the factors of 29 using the division method. This method requires us to divide 29 by different numbers, leaving 0 as a residue. The number that divides 29 exactly is considered the factor of 29.

• 29/1 = 29    (Remainder is 0, and factor is 1)
• 29/29 = 1    (Remainder is 0, and factor is 29)

Whenever we divide 29 by other numbers than 1 and 29, 29 is not divided entirely, and leaves a remainder. This means that factors of 29 are 1 and 29.

## Prime Factorization of 29

A number is factorized when it is written as the product of its factors. In the same way, prime factorization is a method of writing a number as the product of its prime factors. Here is how to find the prime factorization of 29.

Write down the pair factor of 29, for example (1, 29)

Here we need to determine if the numbers in the pair factor are prime or composite. Both the numbers 1 and 29 in the pair factor (1, 29) are prime factors, so it cannot be further subdivided.

You now need to write the numbers as the product of their prime factors.

Hence, 29 is equal to 1 × 29.

In other words, 29 can be factorized as 1 × 29 or 291.

Note:

In the case where the numbers in the pair factor are composite, the composite numbers are divided into their prime factors, and then the prime factors are added together to form a product.

## Examples

Example 1:

Calculate the common factors of 29 and 23.

Solution:

Factors of 29 are 1 and 29.

1 and 23 are the factors of 23.

As a result, 29 and 23 have the same common factor of 1.

Example 2:

What do 29 and 31 have in common?

Solution:

The factors of 29 are 1 and 29

1 and 31 are the factors of 31.

Since 29 and 31 are both prime numbers, 29 and 31 have the same common factor of 1.

Example 3:

What are the common factors between 29 and 58?

Solution:

29 has two factors: 1 and 29.

Factors of 58 are 1, 2, 29, and 58.

Hence, 29 and 58 have common factors of 1 and 29.

## FAQs

### What are the factors of 29?

Factors of 29 are numbers that divide the number 29 exactly without leaving a remainder. Factors of 29 are 1 and 29.

### How do you factorize 29?

29 has a prime factorization of 1 × 29 or 291.

### Write down the negative and positive pair factors of 29.

(1, 29) and (-1, 29), are the positive and negative pair factors of 29  respectively.

### Is 13 a factor of 29?

There is no factor of 29 equal to 13. Since 29 is a prime number, its factors are 1 and 29.

### The least factor of 29 is?

One is the least factor of 29. One is a factor of all natural numbers.