Refactoring topcoder problem
OK, I can get the Prime Factorization of any number. The second part of the problem is to get the number of all combinations of those factors. I've been looking at Factorials, Combinations, Permutations, but none of them in themselves seems to fit this problem. Anyone have any math hints?
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