Concepts discussed on July 8, 2017
Number Theory  Factors and Factorials
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What is the smallest natural number that has exactly 12 factors?

What is the highest power of 8 that divides 100!?

What is the highest power of 12 that divides 45!?

What is the product of all factors of 144?

What is the smallest natural number A such that 10A is a perfect square and 15A is a perfect cube?

In how many ways can we write 7560 as a product of two coprime numbers?

What is the largest number with exactly 4 factors that divides 28!?

How many factors of 2^{4} * 3^{5} * 5^{6} * 7^{3} are also multiples of 1800?

N is a twodigit number such that n +1 is not a factor of n!. How many different values can N take?

N^{2} has 45 factors. How many factors does N have?

How many values can N take if N! is a multiple of 12^{10} but not 12^{12}?

Decimal representation of n! ends in exactly 14 zeroes. How many values can n take?

In how many ways can we have two coprime natural numbers adding up to 1210?

Set S = {2, 3, 4, 5, ….100}. How many twoelement subsets S exist such that the product of the elements in the subset has 5 or fewer factors?