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How to get prime factorization with a factor base?

Posted 10 years ago

How can I get the prime factors of a number, with all the primes being less to a factor base $B$. For example given $B=8$, then the primes used can only be in $\{2,3,5,7\}$. And given $48$, it returns $2^43$.

Anyone know how to do this in wolfram alpha?

Thanks

POSTED BY: Ryan D'Souza
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