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Posted on 20090518
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Let X be set of primes from 1 to 100, i.e., X: {2,3,5,7,....,97} and Y be set of numbers whose every prime divisor belongs to set X. A number from Y has exactly 24 positive divisors, find the probability it has exactly 3 distinct prime divisors.
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You're right.
Posted by
Robby Goetschalckx
on 20090521 18:41:04
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