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The prime numbers are 1, 2, 3, 5.
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New post 04 Jan 2007, 01:31
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The prime numbers are 1, 2, 3, 5.


1 is not a prime number
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(A) for me :)

From 1
As m is composed of 4 prime numbers, we can do a combination of those prime numbers. The max number of factor will never change no matter the prime numbers that constitue it.

SUFF.

From 2
o m = 2 >>> 2 factors.
o m = 4 >>> 3 factors.

INSUFF.
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:( My mistake ...

:arrow: it should be A
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New post 04 Jan 2007, 05:19
A should be it.

1 and 4 primes

taking all possible combinations we get it
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I had also got A, but the OA and OE in the book are totally wrong, they consider 1 as prime (1 is definitely not a prime, I know GMAT does not consider 1 as prime so I will stick with that)
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New post 04 Jan 2007, 08:11
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I had also got A, but the OA and OE in the book are totally wrong, they consider 1 as prime (1 is definitely not a prime, I know GMAT does not consider 1 as prime so I will stick with that)


Absolutly. The OG states directly that the first prime number is 2. :)
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