FACTORIZATION AND PRIME NUMBERS
Factorization of the Integer number is a mathematical procedure
of extracting all of its Prime divisors (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.
Also: MOBILE PRIME FACTORING CALCULATOR
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