Prime Factorization Diagrams

Factorization diagrams are representations of numbers made up of dots that are organized according to factors. Brent Yorgey, a Ph.D. student, came up with the idea. Then Stephen Von Worley created this fascinating tool, a promenade of primes, composites, and their constituents, which are arranged with an aesthetically-tuned variation of Yorgey’s rules and displayed one at a time one prime per second.

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