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A simple logical question (Posted on 2007-07-27) Difficulty: 2 of 5
If d(x) denotes the no. positive divisors of x and d(d(d(x))), d(d(x)), d(x) and x can be arranged in 12 different ways. Find possible values of n(x), where n(x) is no. of prime factors of x. Also find possible values of x less than 100.

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re(2): computer exploration--lacking proof--spoilersCharlie2007-07-31 10:35:25
re: computer exploration--lacking proof--spoilersPraneeth2007-07-30 09:15:42
re: computer exploration--lacking proof--spoilersrupesh2007-07-27 18:34:15
Solutioncomputer exploration--lacking proof--spoilersCharlie2007-07-27 12:13:58
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