In arithmetic the factors of 7000 are positive integers that divide 7000 by giving an integer quotient and
a remainder that is equal to zero. The factors of 7000 are also called divisors of 7000.

If we multiply two integers and their product is equal to 7000 then those two natural numbers are factors of 7000.

Example: 70 is a factor of 7000 because 7000 divided by 70 gives 100 as quotient and zero remainder.

By dividing 7000 with a number that is its factor, the quotient of that division is also a factor of 7000.

1000 multiplied by 7 is equal to 7000 so 1000 and 7 are factors of 7000.

Here are all the factors of 7000:

**1; 2; 4; 5; 7; 8; 10; 14; 20; 25; 28; 35; 40; 50;
56; 70; 100; 125; 140; 175; 200; 250; 280; 350; 500; 700; 875; 1000; 1400; 1750; 3500; 7000.**

**Remark:**7000 has 32 factors then 7000 is a composite number, if an integer is not a composite number so it's
a prime number.

** Prime factors of 7000 are: 2; 5 and 7.**

**The prime factorization of 7000 is equal to: 2^3*5^3*7.**

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If we multiply two integers and their product is equal to 7000 then those two natural numbers are factors of 7000.

Example: 70 is a factor of 7000 because 7000 divided by 70 gives 100 as quotient and zero remainder.

By dividing 7000 with a number that is its factor, the quotient of that division is also a factor of 7000.

1000 multiplied by 7 is equal to 7000 so 1000 and 7 are factors of 7000.

Here are all the factors of 7000: