# What is decimal factor?

**decimals**is the same as multiplying whole numbers except for the placement of the

**decimal**point in the answer. When you multiply

**decimals**, the

**decimal**point is placed in the product so that the number of

**decimal**places in the product is the sum of the

**decimal**places in the

**factors**.

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Similarly, can a decimal number be a factor?

But it has no practical **point** as any fraction(or **decimal**) **can** be a **factor** of any other **factor**(or **decimal**). This is because we **can** express any fraction as the product of any other two or more fractions.

Subsequently, question is, is 55 a prime number? For **55** to be a **prime number**, it would have been required that **55** has only two divisors, i.e., itself and 1. However, **55** is a semiprime (also called biprime or 2-almost-**prime**), because it is the product of a two non-necessarily distinct **prime numbers**. Indeed, **55** = 5 x 11, where 5 and 11 are both **prime numbers**.

Hereof, what are the four rules of decimals?

You should become efficient in using the **four** basic operations involving **decimals**—addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

What is a factor of 19?

The **factors of 19**. Answer : 1,**19**, Related Links : Is **19** a rational number? Is **19** a prime number?