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Two positive integers $m$ and $n$ are chosen such that $m$ is the smallest positive integer with only two positive divisors and $n$ is the largest integer less than $100$ with exactly three positive divisors. What is $m+n$?

MIRB16  Apr 30, 2018
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Two positive integers $m$ and $n$ are chosen such that $m$ is the smallest positive integer with only two positive divisors and $n$ is the largest integer less than $100$ with exactly three positive divisors. What is $m+n$?

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Omi67  Apr 30, 2018
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Hey! This question is from Alcumus!

TheMathCoder  May 1, 2018

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