prime factor


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Noun1.prime factor - the prime factors of a quantity are all of the prime quantities that will exactly divide the given quantity
divisor, factor - one of two or more integers that can be exactly divided into another integer; "what are the 4 factors of 6?"
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Primfaktor
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Love of the right, desire for the right, unhappiness with anything less than the right--in short, right conduct, is the prime factor of religion.
While financing is a key factor, SMEs also face the need to continuously innovate and adapt to changing markets particularly in an era where technology has become a prime factor in defining the direction of the global economy, as per the report.
A rising prevalence of cancer is the prime factor responsible for substantial growth of radiation oncology market over the forecast period.
He said the energy, both electricity and gas, was a prime factor in cost of doing business for the textile industry.
com)-- As per the recently released Brandon Hall report on eLearning Outsourcing, today, for most organisations outsourcing their content development, cost is no longer the prime factor for driving their eLearning outsourcing requirements.
If t is a totient of N, then by definition no prime factor of t divides N.
For an integer n put P(n) for the maximum prime factor of n with the convention that P(0) = P([+ or -] 1) = 1.
The growth included a strong level of export orders - with new work from Asia, the US, Germany, France, Ireland, Belgium and the Middle East - but the domestic market remained the prime factor in order growth.
And then, we consider positive odd numbers which share prime factor [J.
Headteacher, Bridget Knowles, said: "'The school's motto is Be the Best and to reach their full potential attendance is a prime factor for students.
The range of accommodation, from five-star hotels to holiday apartments, was a prime factor.
The growing global competition in which knowledge is a prime factor for economic growth is increasingly shaping policies and setting the agenda for the future of European higher education.