FACTORIZATION AND PRIME NUMBERS
ABSTRACT
Factorization of the Integer number is a mathematical procedure
of extracting all of its Prime divisors, also called Factors. This procedure is
also known as Factoring or Factorisation. Any Integer number could be presented
as a Product of its Factors.
Prime Numbers, or simply Primes have only two trivial divisors:
1 and the number itself. Any Integers except for Primes are called Composite Numbers; they contains at least three divisors.
Sample Factorization: 12 = 2 * 2 * 3, where 2 and 3 are Primes.
To Factorize the Integer using online Calculator enter the it into the text box and click on the "=" screen button. You will
see the number presented as product of the Primes. Number 1 as a trivial divisor is not included in the list.
Sample Factorization: 12 = 2 * 2 * 3, where 2 and 3 are Primes.
Fast Primality test i.e. just checking if the number is Prime) could be performed simply by
entering the number and clicking the button "IsPrime" to find the answer fast.
Prime Factors Calculator capable of processing up to 18-digit numbers is included in
Edumatter-814 Standard for Windows
application software, available at online store ShopDigit.com.
...also available: Mobile Factoring Calculator