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comment What is so great about 7?
@variancemaster My guess would be $121$. $11$ is the next prime after $7$, so I think $11\times 11 = 121$ is the smallest composite not expressible as a multiple of some prime less than or equal to $7$.
Dec
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comment What is the sum of the divisors of 14,601,359?
And are your piles allowed to have fractional pieces? E.g. if you split $14,601,359$ into two piles, each pile would have $7,300,679.5$ pieces. Is that allowed, or must your piles only consist of whole pieces?
Dec
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comment What is the sum of the divisors of 14,601,359?
Are you looking for the sum of $14,601,359$'s divisors? Because that sounds like what you're attempting.
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