s68 - The answer is yes! The product of the integers from 1...

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Solution to Problem 68 Congratulations to this week’s winners Kenny Albright, Mike Behrens, Nathan Pauli, Ray Kremer Correct solutions were also sent in by Bradley student Benjamin Brown and Bradley faculty member Ollie Nanyes. Correct solutions were also received from Aaron Kahn, Yan Fridman, Will Troxel, Cyril Terakopiantz, Richard Oak, Burkhart Venzke, Robert McQuaid, Jeffrey Szymona, Brian Laughlin, Sandy Harmasz, Alan Zimmermann, Brian P. Glover, Tim Kelley.
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Unformatted text preview: The answer is yes! The product of the integers from 1 to 9 is 362880. If all three sets formed a product less than 71, the product of the three would be no larger than 71 3 = 357911, which is too small. One can come close. The partition {9,8}, {6,4,3}, {7,5,2} (with the 1 being put anywhere) gives products 72, 70, 70....
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