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 Jan23 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 $7$. Dec5 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? Dec5 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. Dec3 answered How to solve this fuzzy logic inference problem? Oct15 answered Set of all perfect squares Oct1 answered What is the name, meaning and function of the circle(s) in this composition of functions? Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Sep22 revised Algorithm to find subset of integers with highest sum under specific conditions added 22 characters in body Sep22 answered Algorithm to find subset of integers with highest sum under specific conditions Sep22 answered Limit factorizing Sep19 awarded Yearling Sep19 answered Definition of “the same” Sep19 answered Can decimals/fractions be odd or even? Aug29 answered Probability of word LOLLIES Jul16 revised How to calculate component amounts so their individual additives equal 3% explanation Jul16 answered How to calculate component amounts so their individual additives equal 3% Jul16 revised What is the name of this operator property, when the result of operation is one of the operands? added 62 characters in body Jul16 revised What is the name of this operator property, when the result of operation is one of the operands? deleted 63 characters in body Jul16 answered What is the name of this operator property, when the result of operation is one of the operands? Jul14 answered The range of function in Discrete Math