The factors of 95 are 1, 5, 19 and 95. Of these factors, both 5 and 19 are prime numbers and, therefore, prime factors.
A factor of a number is any smaller or equal term that can be evenly divided into the original number. To find all the factors of a number, each number that is equal to or less than that number must be tested. If there is no remainder after dividing it into the main number, it is a factor. For 95, only the four numbers fit this criteria. Multiples are essentially the opposite of factors. Ninety-five would be considered a multiple for all of its factors: 1, 5, 19, 95.