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As a result of my research in number theory I find that I often need to break a number down into its numerical parts while stepping through one divisor to another.

I call this process "break factoring," as I am just breaking a number down into parts, and not necessarily factoring it.

A "break factor" result has three columns of numbers: A multiplier (M), the quotient (Q), and the remainder (R). For each level of the results: (M * Q) + R = Number

This function returns the printed table.

Also not earth shattering, but hey, someone might want to use it.