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If g(n) represented the product of every even integer from 2 to n, then g(80) + 1 is divisible by the lowest prime number p. P is:

A. Between 1 and 10
B. Between 11 and 20
C. Between 21 and 30
D. Between 31 and 40
E. Greater than 40
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g(80) + 1 = 2^40*40! + 1 - which is a prime number. Hence, option E.


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If g(n) represented the product of every even integer from 2 to n, then g(80) + 1 is divisible by the lowest prime number p. P is:

A. Between 1 and 10
B. Between 11 and 20
C. Between 21 and 30
D. Between 31 and 40
E. Greater than 40


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