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the prime factors of a quantity are all of the prime quantities that will exactly divide the given quantity

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The problem is to write a program which finds the smallest prime divisor of an integer N > 1.
We refer to this method as the prime divisor coloring.
The subjects task was to decide if the target was divisible by the prime divisor with no remainder.
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Then h(G) = p, where p is the smallest prime divisor of the order of the group.
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Xu Zhefeng [4] proved the following conclusion: Let P(n) denotes the largest prime divisor of n, then for any real number x > 1, we have the asymptotic formula:
From the definition of g(n) we can easily deduce that for any prime [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] where P(n) denotes the largest prime divisor of n.
where P(n) is the greatest prime divisor of n, [zeta](s) is the Riemann zeta-function.