Sorry, there was an error posting the answer, as the question you have asked is a challenge question.
Please do not resort to cheating while answering questions on brilliant.
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Aditya Parson
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4 years ago

@Aditya Parson
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You can do this sum by hand itself, just calculate for A=1 to 10.
And see for which values you get an integer for n!+1,
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Aditya Parson
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4 years ago

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TopNewestSorry, there was an error posting the answer, as the question you have asked is a challenge question. Please do not resort to cheating while answering questions on brilliant. – Aditya Parson · 4 years ago

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– Akash Gupta · 4 years ago

I HAVE TAKEN IT FROM THE BOOK IIT EXPLORERLog in to reply

– Aditya Parson · 4 years ago

But I answered the same question 4 days back on brilliant.Log in to reply

– Aditya Parson · 4 years ago

You can do this sum by hand itself, just calculate for A=1 to 10. And see for which values you get an integer for n!+1,Log in to reply