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Sweet Sixteener (Posted on 2005-02-03) Difficulty: 2 of 5
For this problem, only positive whole numbers are to be considered. What is the smallest number that has exactly 16 numbers (including 1 and itself) that divide into it without remainder? Proof?

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re(2): Solution -- wrong -- my dumb typoJer2005-02-03 20:16:44
Some Thoughtsre: Solution -- wrongOld Original Oskar!2005-02-03 18:12:16
re: AnswerPenny2005-02-03 17:23:49
SolutionSolutionJer2005-02-03 17:09:06
SolutionAnswerOld Original Oskar!2005-02-03 15:03:24
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