Multiplicative Perfect

Let \(\kappa(n)\) denote the product of all the divisors of positive integer \(n\) (inclusive of \(1\) and itself).

Let \(n\) be called a multiplicative perfect when \(\kappa(n)=n^2.\)

Find the sum of the first three multiplicative perfects greater than \(1\).

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