# Is there even a way to solve this?

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Let S be a set of 3 integers, $$a,b$$ and $$c$$, that use every integer once, 1 through 5, where $$a\times b=c$$. Let G be a set of different integers, $$d, e$$ and $$f$$, that only use all integers once, 1 through 4, where $$d\times e=f$$. Find $$c+f$$.

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