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What Are the Factors of 468?

The factors of 468 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 13, 18, 26, 36, 39, 52, 78, 117, 156, 234, 268.

This is how to find the factors of 468. First, every number is divisible by itself and 1.


  1. Try 1. 1 x 468 = 468, so put these into our factor list.
    1...468

  2. Take 2. 2 x 234 = 468, which means we add these to our factor list.
    12...234468

  3. Now take 3. 3 x 156 = 468, so now we put these in our list of factors.
    123...156234468

  4. Next try 4. 4 x 117 = 468, so we add these to our list of factors.
    1234...117156234468

  5. Now try 5... nope! 468/5 isn't a whole number. So we skip 5.

  6. Try 6. 6 x 78 = 468, which means we add these to our factor list.
    12346...78117156234468

  7. Take 7... no. 468/7 isn't a whole number. So we skip 7.

  8. Now take 8... no luck. 468/8 isn't a whole number. So we skip 8.

  9. Next try 9. 9 x 52 = 468, so put these into our factor list.
    123469...5278117156234468

  10. Now try 10... no good. 468/10 isn't a whole number. So we skip 10.

  11. Try 11... no. 468/11 isn't a whole number. So we skip 11.

  12. Take 12. 12 x 39 = 468, so we add these to our list of factors.
    12346912...395278117156234468

  13. Now take 13. 13 x 36 = 468, so put these into our factor list.
    1234691213...36395278117156234468

  14. Next try 14... no good. 468/14 isn't a whole number. So we skip 14.

  15. Now try 15... no. 468/15 isn't a whole number. So we skip 15.

  16. Try 16... no luck. 468/16 isn't a whole number. So we skip 16.

  17. Take 17... nope! 468/17 isn't a whole number. So we skip 17.

  18. Now take 18. 18 x 26 = 468, which means we add these to our factor list.
    123469121318...2636395278117156234468

  19. Next try 19... no. 468/19 isn't a whole number. So we skip 19.

  20. Now try 20... no luck. 468/20 isn't a whole number. So we skip 20.

  21. Try 21... nope! 468/21 isn't a whole number. So we skip 21.

  22. Take 22... no good. 468/22 isn't a whole number. So we skip 22.

  23. Now, since we don't have any more numbers to try, we're done!
    1234691213182636395278117156234468


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Need help finding the factors of 468? It's easy! Here you go: the factors of 468 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 13, 18... | randytayler@gmail.com