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

Also: **MOBILE 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.

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.

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

999999999999989 = IS PRIME NUMBER

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