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FACTORIZATION AND PRIME NUMBERS

Factorization of the Integer number is a mathematical procedure of extracting all of its Prime divisors (Factors).

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PRIME FACTORING CALCULATOR

Factorization of the Integer number (aka Prime Factoring) is a mathematical procedure of extracting all of its Prime divisors, also called Factors. Any Integer number is equal to the Product of its Factors. Prime Numbers (or simply Primes) have only two trivial divisors: 1 and the number itself (1 has only one divisors). Any Integer other than Prime is called a Composite Number; they contains at least three divisors.

INSTRUCTION

Enter any positive Integer number up to 16-digit and click on "=" screen button. All factors will appear, or system will notify that the number is a Prime.

SAMPLE FACTORING

84 = 2 x 2 x 3 x 7, where 2, 3 and 7 are Prime Factors, or simply Primes.
999999999999989 = IS PRIME NUMBER

Note: number 1 is a trivial divisor and is not included in the list.

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