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One of the seven goblets above is made of real gold. If you start counting at A and wind back and forth while counting (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, F, E, D, ...), then the golden goblet would be the \(1000^\text{th}\) one that you count.

Which one is the golden goblet?

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\[\Huge \color{blue}9^{\color{green}8^{\color{red}7^{\color{brown}6 ^\color{magenta}5}}}\]

What are the last two digits when this integer fully expanded out?

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Find the sum of all prime numbers \(p\) such that \(p|\underset { p }{ \underbrace { 111\dots 1 } } \).

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There is a prime number \(p\) such that \(16p+1\) is the cube of a positive integer. Find \(p\).

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