Justin wrote the following indirect proof: Prove: 7 is a factor of 91. Step 1: Assume that 7 is a factor of 91. Step 2: 91 divided by 7 is 13. Step 3: A factor is an integer by which another integer is divisible. Step 4: Therefore, 7 must be a factor of 91. Which step in Justin's proof is incorrect? Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4

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Justin wrote the following indirect proof: Prove: 7 is a factor of 91. Step 1: Assume that 7 is a factor of 91. Step 2: 91 divided by 7 is 13. Step 3: A factor is an integer by which another integer is divisible. Step 4: Therefore, 7 must be a factor of 91. Which step in Justin's proof is incorrect? Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4

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I don't get this problem because they are all correct
Factors are numbers you can multiply together to get another number in step 3, it says A factor is an integer by which another integer is divisible.
I don't see a problem in step 3.

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but the definition of factor is wrong in step 3
They all seemed correct
\(\bf{factors\rightarrow{multiplication}}\)
Ok thank you

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