Posted by **Zeneth** on Thursday, April 25, 2013 at 5:28am.

Find the smallest prime number N such that the following is true:

The largest prime factor of N−1 is A;

The largest prime factor of A−1 is B;

The largest prime factor of B−1 is 7.

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