The number 50 has three factor pairs, which are two numbers that can be multiplied together to produce 50. These factor pairs are 1 and 50, 2 and 25 and 5 and 10. All of these numbers individually are factors of 50.
Like every other natural number, 50 has a factor pair of 1 and itself. However, 50 is not a prime number, as it has more than one possible factorization; hence, 50 is a composite number. An example of a prime number is 11, which only has factors of 1 and 11.Learn more about Arithmetic