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# Does the factor K have the factor P such that 1<P<K?

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Does the factor K have the factor P such that 1<P<K?
i) K > 4!
ii) 13! +2<K < 13!+13
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07 May 2006, 06:19
I think the answer is B.

What's the OA?
I guess it is   [#permalink] 07 May 2006, 06:19
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