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If the product of five integers is a multiple of 32, then what is the smallest number of these integers that must be even? a. 10 b.12 c. 14 d.15 e. 16

Probability and combinatorics
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asked 2021-05-30
If the product of five integers is a multiple of 32, then what is the smallest number of these integers that must be even?
a. 10 b.12 c. 14 d.15 e. 16

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2021-05-31

This problem makes no sense. There are 5 integers, only one needs to be even if it's a multiple of 32. \(32 \cdot 3 \cdot 5 \cdot 7 \cdot 9\) is a multiple of 32. None of your answers make any sense.

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