# Rectangular 54871

The arranger has at his disposal a certain number of colored targets, from which he wants to create a rectangular pattern of a flower bed. If he puts 4,5,6,8,9, or 10 targets in one row, he always has three extra targets. How many targets does it have? Determine the smallest number.

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