*Smith Numbers* are composite numbers \(n\) such that sum of digits of \(n=\) sum of digits of prime factors of \(n\) (counted with multiplicity).

For example : \(58=2 \times 29\) and \(5+8=2+2+9=13\). so 58 is a Smith number.

Find the first number \(n\) such that \(n,n+1,n+2,n+3\) are smith numbers

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