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# Does the integer w have a factor z such that 1 < z < w

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Does the integer w have a factor z such that 1 < z < w [#permalink]

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Does the integer w have a factor z such that 1 < z < w ?

(1) w > 11! + 1
(2) w < 11! + 11
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30 Nov 2008, 19:38
twilight wrote:
Does the integer w have a factor z such that 1 < z < w ?

(1) w > 11! + 1
(2) w < 11! + 11

off the top of my head, C.

1) or 2) alone would say that x is prime.

together x can not be prime.
Re: DS: factor   [#permalink] 30 Nov 2008, 19:38
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