# Write as a product of integers [closed]

My question is that in how many ways can $10,000!$ be written as the product of $30$ distinct positive integers. My question is similar to this question: In how many ways can $1000000$ be expressed as a product of five distinct positive integers? but mine is much larger.

• There are $K=1229$ primes $\leq N:=10\,000$. For each such prime $p$ compute $m=\lfloor N/p\rfloor+\lfloor N/p^2\rfloor+\ldots$ (a finite sum). This $m$ is the exponent of $p$ in $N!$. In this way you get an array ${\bf m}=(m_k)_{1\leq k\leq K}$. Now you have to count solutions of $\sum_{i=1}^{30}{\bf x}_i ={\bf m}$ satisfying certain constraints. Commented May 12, 2016 at 9:02
• Why the above should not be a question about mathematics is beyond me. It's again so that certain "Oberlehrers" didn't see a (maybe approximate) solution right away; so they decided to close the question. Commented May 12, 2016 at 9:07
• @ChristianBlatter Hmmm. So would the only way to calculate this be with a computer program? If so, I'm not used to programming, how would I program this? Commented May 13, 2016 at 3:38
• @ChristianBlatter Can we calculate this using wolfram alpha? Can you give a link if possible? I'm not very familiar with stars and bars and its application to this problem Commented May 13, 2016 at 14:43