# prime factorization of an integer

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In the prime factorization of an integer, what is the maximum number of prime factors greater than the square root of that integer? If there is a prime factor greater than the square root of that integer, can the integer be a perfect square?

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There can be only one prime factor greater that the square root of the integer. Indeed, if p and q are two prime factors of an integer n, then ...

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