The number 29 is a prime number, which means it has only two factors: 1 and itself. So, the factors of 29 are:

- 1 (one)
- 29 (twenty-nine)

Prime numbers are numbers greater than 1 that have no positive divisors other than 1 and themselves.

A factor is a number
that divides evenly into another number so literally, it's a number that
divides evenly into another number.

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## How to Calculate Factors of 29

All the Positive and Negative Numbers can divide into
29.

Let’s find the Factors of 29

**29/1 = 29**

**29/29 = 1**

### Positive Factor Pairs of 29

1 X 29 = 29

29 X 1 = 29

**Negative Factor Pairs of 29**

**-1 X -29 = 29**

**-29 X -1 = 29**

## What is the Factor Tree of 29?

Since 29 is a prime number, it doesn't have a factor tree in the typical sense. A factor tree is used to break down composite numbers (numbers that are not prime) into their prime factors.

For a number like 29, the "factor tree" would be quite simple and not particularly tree-like:

29

That's it! There are no branches to break down further since 29 is prime and only divisible by 1 and itself.