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Question attached. I have found solutions to this probem on the internet, but I don't understand the explanations. Can you provide a "layman's terms" explanation? Thanks.

Step 1

Let *N* be a given positive integer and let *p* be the least prime number greater than *N* + 1.

Let *n* be an integer such that

Step 2

If *q* > *p* is a prime divisor of *n*, then *n* = (*q ^{k}*)

Step 3

It is contraction to our assumption.

Thus, there is no prime divisor of *n* is greater than *N* + 1.

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