# Factors of 3

The factors of 3 are all integers that divide evenly into three. There are two factors of three in total, namely 1 and 3. All factors that makeup three add up to one, and its factors in pairs are (1, 3).

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## What are the factors of 3?

Three have factors one and three.
similar to how 1 x 3 = 3 and 3 x 1 = 3.
One of the prime numbers is 3.
One and the number itself are the only factors in a prime number.

## How do you find the factors of 3?

By dividing the number 3 by the integer numbers, three factors are discovered using the division method. The number is a factor of three if it divides by three exactly. Next, divide number three by one before moving on to numbers two and three.

3/1 = 3 (Factor is 1 and Remainder is 0)
3/3 = 1 (Factor is 3 and Remainder is 0)
2 is not a factor of 3 if 3 is divisible by 2 with a remainder value of 1, so 2.

Therefore, factors 3 are 1 and 3.

## Factors of – 3

Since – 1 and – 3 are both negative numbers, multiplying two negatives results in a positive number, as in (- 1) (- 3) = 3.

So, a negative factor of three is (- 1), (- 3).

## All factors of 3

Here is a list of all the aspects of 3 that are good and bad, listed in numerical order.

Positive Factors of 3 = 1, 3
Negative Factors of 3 = – 1, – 3

## Pair factors of 3

Since 1 x 3 = 3, 1 and 3 are a factor pair of 3.

Therefore, the pair factors of 3 are (1, 3).

## FAQ

The positive factor pair of 3 is (1, 3)

The negative factor pair of 3 is (-1, -3)

The prime factor of 3 is 3 itself.