prime factor


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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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More specifically, 'handsome/competitive salary package' was ranked as prime factor influencing their job preference by 65 percent of the students whereas 17 percent and 19 percent of the students ranked it as second prime and encouraging factor respectively.
Her coverage of fast algorithms includes index mapping and mixed-radix FFTs, Knonecker product factorization and FFTs, the family of prime factor FFT algorithms, and computing the DFT of large prime length.
Let n be a positive large enough, if a prime factor p of n
They report in the online journal Nature Geoscience that increases in sea surface temperatures are not the prime factor in producing monster storms such as Hurricane Katrina.
Bank of Ireland's chief economist Dan McLaughlin said: "The prime factor behind this cyclical slowdown is falling residential construction.
Along with positive discrimination, it's the prime factor in this country becoming an overflowing, third world sewer.
As long as the church's hierarchy continues to condemn all forms of contraception; as long as its official teaching remains that every sexual act must be "open to the possibility of the transmission of life"; as long-as it refuses to acknowledge that overpopulation is a prime factor and very possibly the prime mover of the environmental degradation, including global warming, that threatens to plunge our planet into ecological catastrophe, then that same hierarchy will be forced to approve of feeding those geometrically proliferating mouths by any means necessary, including genetically modified organisms.
Dublin-born Gannon, 24, who has yet to ride a winner this year, has blamed the increase in the minimum weight to 8st 4lb this term for the downturn in her fortunes, as well as citing the competitive nature of racing in Ireland as another prime factor.
Janssen said a prime factor behind recent jail rioting is the facilities themselves - which have only 2,875 high-security cells for 5,000 to 7,000 high-security inmates.
In fact, they may even be a prime factor behind soaring home prices.
The herd instinct was a prime factor in the 2000 to 2001 "tech wreck," the 1929 stock market crash and the Mexican currency crises of 1982 and 1984.
She will be a prime factor in the division attaining its future goals and objectives," said Todd Yates, vice president of Woolrich sales and marketing.
As melting rate is always a prime factor in throughput capacity, this factor is the one chosen for evaluation.
7 was a prime factor in Leinster's celebrated success in the Celtic League championship last season.