\[10 \;\square\; 10 \;\square\; 10 \;\square\; 10 \;\square\; 10\]

Fill in the squares with exactly one of each of these mathematical operators: \(+,-,\times,\div\). You are also allowed to use one \((1)\) parenthesis \( ( \; ) \). You may choose to use it or not to use it, and if you do, you cannot use it as a multiplication operator. Example:

\(10+(10 \times 10)\) is acceptable; \(10(+10 \times 10)\) is not acceptable.

Now, what is the smallest positive integer that you can get from this expression?

**Note**: order of operations (BODMAS) applied.

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