# What Are The Factors Of 1000

## What Are The Factors Of 1000

### How many factors of 1000 can be divided by 20 without any remainder?

First you need to calculate the central factoring of 1000:

1000 = 2 ^ 3ƒ - 5 ^ 3

20 = (2 ^ 2) - 5 (5 notes (the main factors are the same) for the given element to divide, it must have an element (2 ^ a) (5 ^ b) ), Where 2 Â Â 3 a 3 and 1 ¤ b ¤ 3. It provides 2 possibilities for A and 3 possibilities for B, which is 6 times 20.

They are listed systematically out of only five:

(2 ^ 2) - 5 = 20

(2 ^ 3) - 5 = 40

(2 ^ 2) Â— (5 ^ 2) = 100

(2 ^ 3) Â— (5 ^ 2) = 200

(2 ^ 2) Â— (5 ^ 3) = 500

(2 ^ 3) Â— (5 ^ 3) = 1000

These are two factors, but you missed something:

1 * 1000

2 * 500

4 * 250

5 * 200

8 * 125

10 * 100

20 * 50

40 * 25

50 * 20

100 * 10

200 * 5

500 * 2

100 * 1

The most important factors are:

2 * 500 =

2 * 2 * 250 =

2 * 2 * 2 * 125 =

2 * 2 * 2 * 5 * 25 =

2 * 2 * 2 * 5 * 5 * 5 = 1000

Sing in the upper left corner of your conversation list (except for one that I've just added using the left element):

1 no

2 No.

4 No.

5 No.

8 No.

No. 10

20 Yes (20/20 = 1 without any remainder)

40 Yes (40/20 = 2 without remainder)

Number 50

100 Yes (100/20 = 5 without any remaining)

200 Yes (200/20 = 10 without any remaining)

500s (500/20 = 25 without any remainder)

100 Yes (1000/20 = 50 left)

There are a total of 6 factors out of 1000 that can be divided by 20 and there is none left.

If you list the pair's factors, there are factors on both sides of the pair. But you want the right list - not 8Â, -200, 1000, but 1600.

1 € 1000

2,500

4 250

5 € 200

8 125

100

20 50

25 40

I see 6, which is more than one of 20.

1000

500

200

100

40

Twenty

Both sides are factors.

## What Are The Factors Of 1000

How many factors of 1000 can be divided by 20 without any arrears? 3

Well, I know that question was asked, but I agree! 6 or 4, now I know the factors ...

1 * 1000

2 * 500

4 * 250

8 * 200

10 * 100

20 * 50

40 * 25,

But which way is the postman or both?

It makes a lot of sense to me if you answer that question!

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First you need to calculate the basic factorization of 1000:

1000 = 2 3ƒ - 5 3

To divide a factor by 20 = (2 2) - 5 (note that the basic factors are the same), it must have factorization (2 a) Â— (5 b), where 2 ¤ ¤ a 3 and 1 ¤ b ¤ 3. It gives 2 possibilities for a and 3 possibilities for b, which is 6 times 20.

They are listed systematically out of only five:

(2 2) Â - 5 = 20

(2 3) - 5 = 40

(2 2) (5 2) = 100

(2 3) (5 2) = 200

(2 2) (5 3) = 500

(2 3) (5 3) = 1000

These are two factors, but you missed a few:

1 * 1000

2 * 500

4 * 250

5 * 200

8 * 125

10 * 100

20 * 50

40 * 25

50 * 20

100 * 10

200 * 5

500 * 2

100 * 1

The most important factors are:

2 * 500 =

2 * 2 * 250 =

2 * 2 * 2 * 125 =

2 * 2 * 2 * 5 * 25 =

2 * 2 * 2 * 5 * 5 * 5 = 1000

Sing in the upper left corner of your conversation list (except for one that I've added using only the left-hand factors):

No. 1

No. 2

No. 4

No. 5

No. 8

No. 10

20 Yes (20/20 = 1 left)

40 Yes (40/20 = 2 without remainder)

Number 50

100 Yes (100/20 = 5 left)

200 Yes (200/20 = 10 left)

500 Yes (500/20 = 25 without remainder)

100 Yes (1000/20 = 50 left)

There are a total of 6 factors out of 1000 which are divisible by 20 and none remaining.

If you list the couple's factors, there are factors on both sides of the couple. But you want the right list - 8 × 200, not 1000 but 1600.

€ 1 1000

2,500

4 € 250

5 Euro 200

8 125

10 100

20 50

25 40

I'm looking at 6, which is a multiple of 20.