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Gross Division (Posted on 2006-02-20) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Find the smallest positive integer n such that n has exactly 144 distinct positive divisors and there are 10 consecutive integers among them (Note: 1 and n are both divisors of n)

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Rating: 3.8000 (5 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
re(2): I think I got itChelsea2006-02-21 13:19:06
re: I think I got it (spoiler?) ...yes, you didAdy TZIDON2006-02-21 08:43:15
ugotitAdy TZIDON2006-02-21 08:41:14
re: I think I got it (spoiler?)Mindrod2006-02-20 22:38:43
Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2006-02-20 17:35:30
I think I got it (spoiler?)Chelsea2006-02-20 16:29:58
re: not any lower..........spoiler? NogoFish2006-02-20 16:04:37
Solutionnot any lower..........spoilerAdy TZIDON2006-02-20 15:50:42
LowergoFish2006-02-20 14:51:54
re: improved furtherMindrod2006-02-20 14:24:52
SolutionSlightly improvedTristan2006-02-20 12:09:29
re: startCharlie2006-02-20 10:34:58
Some ThoughtsstartCharlie2006-02-20 10:32:24
Some ThoughtsSpoiler? Possible Solution?Steve Herman2006-02-20 10:28:20
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