Over the last few months, I've been studying a pattern that I stumbled on concerning integers and their factors. First, I noticed that the number of factors a number has, follows an extremely regular pattern based on prime numbers. Meaning that starting with any prime and following multiples of that prime, the number of factors in those multiples will be the same. There are exceptions, but they are predictable. Each column below represents a prime number base and the number of factors for the prime multiple. It contains the primes from 2-199. I haven't seen this anywhere after a bit of searching.