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Oh boy.. what's a nice compact way to list all of these divisors.. hmm :d

Is this confusing? Maybe I can do a smaller number as an example:

Hmm sorry, I'm not sure :c

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o thats nice

oh i remember doing this on a peuler question actually

So if you have \[n = \prod_k p_k^{\alpha_k}\]
\[\tau(n) = \prod_k (1+\alpha_k)\]

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Well the problem stated that s,t>0.
So you don't really need to worry about that.

then just s*t

oh u can write a nice forloop for kais chart

for i = 1:s
for j=1:t
print "3"+"^" + \i * + "*5"+"^" + \j *
end
end

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im not really familiar with set notation

interesting :o

oh true it is (s+1)(t+1) -1 but subtract 1 because we only dont allow both to have 0 exponent

No wrong dan

i thought they dont like 1, since both s,t have to be more than 0

The divisors don't obey the same rule that s and t obey

ohh

i gotcha now

ya that was silly lol xD why were we cofusing the question for the actual divisors