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Any number can be written as a product of two or more numbers (expect prime numbers which can be written only as a product of itself and number 1).

156 is an even number, so it can be written as 2 * 78 or 4 * 39 or 13 * 12 or 3 *4 *13 and so on.

The prime factorization of 156: 156 = 22 *3 * 13

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