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Posted by Mathslover Please help on Monday, May 6, 2013 at 12:03am.

Let ϕ(n) be the Euler Phi Function. If 1≤n≤1000, what is the smallest integer value of n that minimizes ϕ(n)n?

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Clarification: You are asked to find the value of n, not ϕ(n)n.
ϕ(1)=1 by definition.

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