## Prime Factors of 46

Prime factors of 46 are all the prime numbers when multiplied together equals to 46. Prime factors 0f 46 are those that divide 46 exactly without leaving a remainder as per Euclidean Division.

### How to find Prime Factors of 46?

The process of finding Prime Factors is called Prime Factorization of 46. In order to get the Prime factors of 46, divide the number 46 with the smallest prime numbers. Continue the process until you end up with 1.

This Prime Factorization process creates a Prime Factor Tree of 46.

46 ÷ 2 = 23

23 ÷ 23 = 1

All the numbers you used to divide above are the Prime Factors of 46. Thus, the Prime Factors of 46 are 2, 23.

### FAQs on Prime Factors

1. What is Prime Factorization Method?

The method of prime factorization is used to “break down” or express a given number as a product of prime numbers.

2. How do you find the prime factors of a number?

Divide the number given with the smallest prime numbers and continue the process until you end up with 1.

3. What are the Prime Factors of 46?

Prime Factors of 46 are 2, 23, and usually expressed as 2*23.

4. What are the Factors of 46?

Factors of 46 are the numbers that can divide 46 and leaves a remainder zero. Factors include 1, 2, 23, 46.