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This is how to find the factors of 38. Take 38 and the number 1. Those are the first two factors.

- Try 1. 1 x 38 = 38, so put these into our factor list.
1 ... 38 - Take 2. 2 x 19 = 38, which means we add these to our factor list.
1 2 ... 19 38 - Now take 3... no. 38/3 isn't a whole number. So we skip 3.
- Next try 4... no luck. 38/4 isn't a whole number. So we skip 4.
- Now try 5... nope! 38/5 isn't a whole number. So we skip 5.
- Try 6... no good. 38/6 isn't a whole number. So we skip 6.
- Now, since we don't have any more numbers to try, we're done!
1 2 19 38

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Need help finding the factors of 38? It's easy! Here you go: the factors of 38 are 1, 2... Randy Tayler | randytayler@gmail.com