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Fundamental Thm Of Arithmetic

  • Definition: Ever integer n>1 can be represented as a product of prime factors and this factorization can be done in only one way, apart from the order of the factors. This is also known as the Unique Factorization Theorem.

    Source: Mathematical Analysis, second edition by Tom M. Apostol

  • Listed under: Arithmetic, Abstract Algebra, Mathematical Analysis

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