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Topic: A Smallest Integer Puzzle
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K Sengupta

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A Smallest Integer Puzzle
Posted: Apr 9, 2007 2:20 PM
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The positive integer M has precisely 12 distinct positive divisors including itself and 1, but only three distinct prime factors.

If the sum of those prime factors is 20, determine the smallest possible value.



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