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find the product upto n terms

(1+(1/2^2)) . (1+(1/3^2)) . (1+(1/5^2)) . (1+(1/7^2)) . (1+(1/11^2))......upto n terms

Where the nth term is (1+(1/P^2)) or (1+(p^-2)) where p is a prime number.

I feel this question is really tough and couldn't even get the logic how to solve it.

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# Product of a specific sequence of prime number squares

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