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fundamental theorem of arithmetic

Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic

The assertion that prime factorizations are unique. That is, if you have found a prime factorization for a positiveinteger then you have found the only such factorization. There is no different factorization lurking out there somewhere.

 

 

 

See also

Prime number

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