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Help me with factorization of integers into their prime factors

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harsha_jois

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I'm trying to factorize any integer into its prime factors by taking that number as the vertex of a cuboid in 3-d with no co-ordinate =0.
can any one help me with this?
Thank you in advance.
 

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Re: Factorization

I think that you can not factorize any integer in its prime factors because it is the main issue in Cryptography and security protocols.
 

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