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If \(a, b, c, d, e \) are integers such that

\(a = b^{2}\)

\(b = c^{3}\)

\(c = d^{4}\)

\(d = e^{5}\),

If \(e>1\), what is the smallest possible whole number that can be the integer \(a\)?

Don't be confused with the choices. The last digit is important.

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