I think following wording is ambiguous :

"the product of any power of 2 and any of the five distinct primes"

1st interpretation : \(2^n * any-of-the-prime-from-set[ 3, 5, 17, 257, 65537 ]\)

Option E (A 60-sided regular polygon) does not qualifies for above interpretation.

60= 2^n * {3 or 5}

2nd interpretation : \(2^n * any-product-of-the-prime-from-set[ 3, 5, 17, 257, 65537 ]\)

Option E (A 60-sided regular polygon) qualifies for above interpretation.

60= 2^n * {3 and 5}

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