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7! / n is not an integer, n is an postive integer not equal

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Whats the minimum possible value of n?
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2003, 04:46
Yep, agree on 11.

n has to be the smallest prime possible but one that's not a factor of 7!. So the very next one in the line is 11.
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