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The following shows the question I am working on.

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However, I have no idea where to begin

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The point here is that the choice of $m$ comes at the very end. We can always choose $m=\frac {k^{165}+165} {S_k}$ so that the inequality holds. [ We can take $i=1$]. Hence $C$ is true.

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