How many sets of four consecutive integers are there such that the product of the four integers is less than 100,000?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]Set_1=1,2,3,4[/tex]

[tex]Set_2=5,6,7,8[/tex]

[tex]Set_3=9,10,11,12[/tex]

[tex]Set_n=a\cdot b\cdot c\cdot d<100,000[/tex]

Okay, I know I could continue with my Sets, but there has got to be a more logical approach. Help start me off plz!!! I've already plugged and chugged it and found the amount of sets, but I want a better approach.

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