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Number Theory Level 3

Define \(HF(n) \) as the hyperfactorial function of \(n\), where \( \displaystyle HF(n) = \prod_{m=1}^n m^m \).

For what integer \(n\), is \(HF(n)\) equal to the number of milliseconds in a day?

Try to solve this without using a calculator.



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