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How can we prove that among positive integers any number can have only one prime factorization?
@PeteL.Clark I did search, but somehow assumed the answer to my question would not be at this link. But I now concede it was a mistake. Having never seen the fish I was looking for, I threw it back into the waters, when the magical web presented it to me!