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Q: What is the smallest five digits prime number?

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With repetition, the smallest is 22222 and the largest is 88888 Without repetition, the smallest is 23458 and the largest is 85432

The largest five-digit prime number is 99,991.

2 3 5 7 11

The only number that ONLY has two and five as factors is 10, which has two digits, so there are no numbers that are three digits long and ONLY have two and five for factors. However, if you are asking what the largest three digit number that has two and five for factors, it would be the largest three digit number with ten as a factor, as ten the the LCM of two and five, and that would be 390.

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Just multiply the first five prime numbers! 2x3x5x7x11 = 6x35x11 = 210x11 = 2310. Any multiple of this number "has the first five prime numbers as factors", but 2310 is the smallest such number.

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Including the leading zero, the smallest number you can make from the digits 03418 is 01348. Without the leading zero in the ten thousands column, the smallest number you can form from the digits 03418 is 10348.

It is 10000.

How about 256

2, 3, 5, 7 and 11.

It is 2310.

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If initial zeros are considered acceptable digits, it is 00001. Otherwise, it is 10000.

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