Given an integer N, the task is to find the minimum possible integer X such that X % M = 1 for all M from the range [2, N]
Input: N = 5
61 % 2 = 1
61 % 3 = 1
61 % 4 = 1
61 % 5 = 1
Input: N = 2
Approach: Find the lcm of all the integers from the range [2, N] and store it in a variable lcm. Now we know that lcm is the smallest number which is divisible by all the elements from the range [2, N] and to make it leave a remainder of 1 on every division, just add 1 to it i.e. lcm + 1 is the required answer.
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