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QuestionSpecify numbers as product of Primes? PinmemberIan Uy25-Jun-08 19:37 
Good Day,
 
It's me again. This question is one of the questions in ACM ICPC 2006 - Philippines.
 
Basically, you need to express a large number as a product of its Primes.
 
For example:
120 = 2x2x2x3x5 (or 2^3x3^1x5^1)
 
I'm lost on how to begin to tackle this problem. Please advice.
 
Thank you.
 
It is said that the most complex structures built by mankind are software systems. This is not generally appreciated because most people cannot see them. Maybe that's a good thing because if we saw them as buildings, we'd deem many of them unsafe.

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