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# Challenge: 🏆Factorization🏆

Given a positive number n > 1 find the prime factor decomposition of n. The result will be a string with the following form : "(p1**n1)(p2**n2)...(pk**nk)" with the p(i) in increasing order and n(i) empty if n(i) is 1. Example: n = 86240 should return "(2**5)(5)(7**2)(11)"

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straight solution.
https://code.sololearn.com/cm3P08R4332U/#cpp