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**[SOLVED] Question 2**

- Let x be the smallest integer greater than 2000 that is the product of seven primes.

- Let y be the largest integer smaller than 2000 that is the product of seven primes.

What is the value of x - y?

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- Let x be the smallest integer greater than 2000 that is the product of seven primes.

- Let y be the largest integer smaller than 2000 that is the product of seven primes.

What is the value of x - y?

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Not sure if this is correct but here goes:

x = 3^7 = 2,187.

y = 2^6 * 31 = 1,984.

2,187 - 1,984 = 203.

Correct.Originally posted by O Great One

Not sure if this is correct but here goes:

x = 3^7 = 2,187.

y = 2^6 * 31 = 1,984.

2,187 - 1,984 = 203.

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