This one should be fun:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12189012/fact.html

- across

This one should be fun:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12189012/fact.html

- schrodinger

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- anonymous

2
137
577
22689565741

- Savvy

it's prime.... ;)

- across

Where did you get those numbers from? And it's not a prime number.

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- Savvy

are you actually serious about solving that....????

- anonymous

I use some algorithms online

- across

I guess you're right: this website is not a serious place. :)

- across

Your algorithms are wrong because the number ends in 7, yet you say that it's divisible by 2. :P

- Savvy

actually this is a nyc place but that no. is a bit too large to solve...

- anonymous

oh yea......so it should be only itself...

- across

This number has only two factors.

- anonymous

yes.....got it

- Savvy

then they have to be 1 and itself and hence its prime...

- across

I already said that the number is not prime!

- Savvy

then how can it have ONLY 2 factors.....1 and itself have to be compulsory factors....

- across

With two factors, I obviously meant to state proper ones (and excluding 1).

- across

Otherwise, the problem would've been trivial, no? ;P

- Savvy

with such a LARGE no. the problem can never be a trivial one.....

- Zarkon

2158122193002952449690243008233157266924190689,
24058327474941875553768074062128402939746847713

- across

I said that the problem would have been trivial if it had been a prime.

- across

Zarkon, how did you do that? ;P

- across

I wonder if you wrote a program.

- Zarkon

I'm part machine.

- apoorvk

so, how do we 'solve' this? o.O

- sasogeek

i'm going to write a program to solve this :) and yes, should be fun :D

- anonymous

Not just any program, we need a very fast prime factorization algorithm is required.
If you are very confident about your algorithm , you may consider testing it here:www.spoj.pl/problems/FACT2/

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