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Factor numbers (Posted on 2011-03-26) Difficulty: 4 of 5
What is the first set of consecutive positive integers such that every number has a common factor greater than 1 with at least one other number in the set?

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re(2): possible solutionbroll2011-03-28 01:42:40
re: possible solutionMath Man2011-03-27 19:23:40
Some ThoughtsMORE ABOUT STAPLED INTERVALSAdy TZIDON2011-03-27 03:12:13
Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2011-03-26 14:29:58
possible solutionbroll2011-03-26 13:28:37
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