How many ordered pairs $(a, b, c)$ can be created such that $a \times b \times c$ is equal to 360 and that $a$ , $b$ and $c$ are all natural numbers? The numbers are not necessarily different.

$Challenge:$ Can you generalize it?

The answer is 2600.

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