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What is the value of N?

(1) 10^N is the least positive integer which is divisible by both 5^8 and 4^4.

(2) N is the least positive integer such that product of all integers from 1 to N, inclusive, is divisible by 128.
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I think it's D.

Statement 1
5^8 and 4^4 have to both divide 10^N, where N is minimized. We can find N (i.e. there exists a smallest N such that 10^N is divisible by both 5^8 and 4^4). Sufficient.

Statement 2
128 has to divide N!, where N is minimized. We can find N (i.e. there exists a smallest number N such that N! is div by 128). Sufficient.
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What is the value of N?

(1) \(10^N\) is the least positive integer which is divisible by both \(5^8\) and \(4^4.\)

\(10^N/(5^8*4^4)\) can be written as \(10^N/(5^8*2^8) = 10^N/(10^8)\) N has to be 8?

(2) N is the least positive integer such that product of all integers from 1 to N, inclusive, is divisible by 128.

\(128=2^7\)

N! has to contain at least 7 2's to be divisible by \(128 => N!/128 =N!/2^7\)

IF N = 7 then \(N! = {1*2*3*4*5*6*7} = {1*2*3*(2^2)*5*(2*3)*7}\) this contains only 4 2's we need three more 2
if N = 8 then \(N! = {1*2*3*4*5*6*7*8} = {1*2*3*(2^2)*5*(2*3)*7*(2^3)}\) this contains 7 twos so N= 8

Sufficient So D
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