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Smallest sequence with given Primes

Problem Setter: RAMBO_tejasv Problem Tester: aayushkapadia

Given three prime number(p1, p2, p3) and an integer k. Find the first(smallest) k integers which have only p1, p2, p3 or a combination of them as their prime factors.


Input :
Prime numbers : [2,3,5]
k : 5

If primes are given as p1=2, p2=3 and p3=5 and k is given as 5, then the sequence of first 5 integers will be:


Explanation :
4 = p1 * p1 ( 2 * 2 )
6 = p1 * p2 ( 2 * 3 )

Note: The sequence should be sorted in ascending order

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