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How about: 8*16 = 128 as one example

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-127

2 x 4 x 16

1 & 512, 2 & 256, 4 & 128, 8 & 64, 16 & 32

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How about: 8*16 = 128 as one example

As a product of its prime factors in exponents: 2^7 = 128

136

-127

2 x 4 x 16

1 x 128, 2 x 64, 4 x 32, 8 x 16

1 & 512, 2 & 256, 4 & 128, 8 & 64, 16 & 32

1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128: 1 x 128, 2 x 64, 4 x 32, 8 x 16

128

The numbers that go into 128 are 1,2,4,8,16,32,64,128.

Just multiply 128 with any integer: 0x128, 1x128, 2x128, (-1)x128, (-2)x 128, etc.Just multiply 128 with any integer: 0x128, 1x128, 2x128, (-1)x128, (-2)x 128, etc.Just multiply 128 with any integer: 0x128, 1x128, 2x128, (-1)x128, (-2)x 128, etc.Just multiply 128 with any integer: 0x128, 1x128, 2x128, (-1)x128, (-2)x 128, etc.

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