The factors of 9000 are in arithmetic natural numbers that divide 9000 by giving an integer quotient and
zero remainder. The factors of 9000 are also called divisors of 9000.

If we multiply two positive integers and their product is equal to 9000 so those two integers are factors of 9000.

Example: 180 is a factor of 9000 because 9000 divided by 180 gives 50 as quotient and zero remainder.

The division of 9000 by a number that is a factor of 9000 gives a quotient that is also a factor of 9000.

450 multiplied by 20 is equal to 9000 so 450 and 20 are factors of 9000.

Here are all the factors of 9000:

**1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 8; 9; 10; 12; 15; 18; 20; 24; 25; 30; 36; 40; 45; 50;
60; 72; 75; 90; 100; 120; 125; 150; 180; 200; 225; 250;
300; 360; 375; 450; 500; 600; 750; 900; 1000; 1125; 1500; 1800; 2250; 3000; 4500; 9000.**

**Remark:**9000 has 48 factors then 9000 is a composite number, all natural numbers that are not composite
numbers are prime numbers.

** Prime factors of 9000 are: 2; 3 and 5.**

**The prime factorization of 9000 is equal to: 2^3*3^2*5^3.**

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If we multiply two positive integers and their product is equal to 9000 so those two integers are factors of 9000.

Example: 180 is a factor of 9000 because 9000 divided by 180 gives 50 as quotient and zero remainder.

The division of 9000 by a number that is a factor of 9000 gives a quotient that is also a factor of 9000.

450 multiplied by 20 is equal to 9000 so 450 and 20 are factors of 9000.

Here are all the factors of 9000: