As far as Math concerns it’s not a piece of cake. But when people understand its basics, such as Addition, Subtraction, Division and Multiplication it’s become easy. The interesting thing is without noticing we use them in our daily life. Similarly, as we try to use good words for our English vocabulary & we toil for it. First, we understand the English dialect then we learn the rules of it, and then start practicing the dialect. In this article, we’ll let you know about what are the factors of 6?

Math is fully similar to these Dialect rules, First, you should have to show your interest in math then learn the rules of different portions of math. If you want to solve any mathematical problem, then you have to learn its rules. After knowing the rules practice them and solve your mathematical problem. Once you build your interest and have a grip on mathematics rules, the mathematical problems will become so easy for you. Today in this article we will talk about the **Factors of 6.** Only those numbers can be factors of number 6 who will divide on 6 completely, and no remainder remains.

**Factors of 6:**

First of all, we should know actually what factors are. We can get the factors of our desire digit by the list of integers that can be completely divided into your desire digit. Factors are the whole numbers. Now I hope you understand the factors. So let’s move to Factors of Number 6. 6 is the smallest positive integer, it’s not a square which not come in prime numbers. 6 is not a big number. For getting its product by multiplying 2 whole numbers you don’t need to solve a long length. 6 have 4 factors 1, 2, 3, & 6. Here 6 is the biggest digit. The biggest sum of factors of number 6 is 12. The universal factor is 1. Read more about Why refer to CBSE Class 12 Maths Solutions?

- 1, 2, 3, & 6 are
**factors of 6** - -1, -2, -3, & -6 are negative factors of number 6
- 2, 3 are prime factors of number 6
- 2 x 3 are the prime factorization of 6
- 12 is the biggest sum of factors of number 6
- Pair factors of number 6 are (2, 3), (3, 2), (6, 1) & (1, 6)

**Examples:**

1/6 = 6

See remainder is 0, so the 6 is a factor of number 6.

6/2 = 3

Here 3 is the factor of number 6 because 6 and 2 are completely divided on 3 and the remainder is 0.

6/3 = 2

Here 2 is the factor of number 6, and 0 is the remainder.

**Prime Factorization of 6:**

Prime factors are the numbers who are only divided by themselves of on 1. Above we have found the **factors of 6** now we will find the prime numbers of 6.

When we multiply 2 x 3 we get 6. So the prime numbers of 6 are 2, 3.

**Examples;**

Now we know the Factors and prime factors of number 6, now we will test our-self with some examples;

Which are the 2 integers which product will come 6?

So the answer is 2, 3. 2 x 3 = 6

Which numbers can be multiplied to get the product of 2 and 3?

2 x 1 = 2

3 x 1 = 3

Now we have all the **factors of 6**. 1, 2, 3, and 6

**Rules for finding Factors:**

- The first rule is the integers for which you are want to find a factor that can’t have a big factor than the integer given in the first place.
- The second rule is 1 is always a factor of every number. 1 is a universal number. It always comes to no matter the digits are even or odd.
- 1 and 2 will always have factors that come for even numbers.

1 and 3 will always have factors that come for odd numbers.