BREAKING  Number Breaking
Every number is multiplication of some prime numbers. Prime number is a number which is only divided by 1 and itself. Here you are given a number n. You have to find the prime numbers whose multiplication makes this number.
For example, 12 is multiplication of prime numbers 2 and 3. 15 is multiplication of 3 and 5.
Input
First Line will contain the number of test cases T. Then each line will contain a single integer n.
Constraints: 1≤T≤1000, 2≤n≤1000000.
Output
For each test case print a single line which contains test case number and the prime numbers in ascending order separated by a single space whose multiplication make this number.
Example
Input: 3
12
42
84 Output: Case 1: 2 3
Case 2: 2 3 7
Case 3: 2 3 7
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kumaarbalbir:
20210815 16:17:07
make sure you print Case instead of case in your answer!! 

sankalp_7:
20210624 08:18:54
Simple spf question.


ratkill:
20210523 20:40:02
The code runs fine on my machine but wrong answer when i compile the code. 

princemishra:
20201026 14:33:58
remember to format the output as 


fuadul_hasan:
20200626 09:00:41
at last AC


fuadul_hasan:
20200626 03:58:00
why runtime error............? 

rofiqul:
20190802 07:48:44
i donot know why i get runtime error 

ujjwalmittal:
20190707 13:42:39
easy AC in one go but i used sieve 

nishant_26:
20180116 15:12:31
easy! AC in one go


dangerous321:
20170701 19:41:18
what is output if input is prime

Added by:  Shakil 
Date:  20170309 
Time limit:  1s2s 
Source limit:  50000B 
Memory limit:  1536MB 
Cluster:  Cube (Intel G860) 
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