If a whole number B is a factor of 130 then it exists another whole number C such that
the multiplication of B and C is equal to 130 (B*C=130), then B and C are both factors of 130.

Example: 26 multiplied by 5 is equal to 130 (26*5=130) so 26 and 5 are factors of 130.

If we divide 130 by one of its factors we get an integer quotient that is another factor of 130, the remainder of that division is equal to zero.

Example: 130 divided by 2 is equal to 65, the remainder of the division is equal to zero then 2 and 65 are factors of 130.

130 has 8 factors, here are the 8 factors of 130:**1; 2; 5; 10; 13; 26; 65; 130.**

Here are all the products of two integers that is equal to 130:** 1*130=130; 2*65=130; 5*26=130; 10*13=130.**

132 has 12 factors, here are all the factors of 132:**1; 2; 3; 4; 6; 11; 12; 22; 33; 44; 66; 132.**

**Remark:**In arithmetic an even number greater than 2 can't be a prime number then 130 is
not a prime number, 130 is a composite number. A composite number is a natural number that has more than two factors.

** Prime factors of 130 are: 2; 5 and 13.**

**The prime factorization of 130 is: 2*5*13.**

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Example: 26 multiplied by 5 is equal to 130 (26*5=130) so 26 and 5 are factors of 130.

If we divide 130 by one of its factors we get an integer quotient that is another factor of 130, the remainder of that division is equal to zero.

Example: 130 divided by 2 is equal to 65, the remainder of the division is equal to zero then 2 and 65 are factors of 130.

130 has 8 factors, here are the 8 factors of 130:

Here are all the products of two integers that is equal to 130:

132 has 12 factors, here are all the factors of 132: