Prime Factorization Diagrams

Factorization diagrams are depictions of numbers using dots but grouped by factors. Ph.D. student Brent Yorgey invented them. Then Stephen Von Worley prepared this cool tool, which is a promenade of primes, composites, and their constituents, arranged with an aesthetically-tuned variation of Yorgey’s rules, one per second.

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