Using only three 1s and two 2s (i.e. 1,1,1,2,2), can you generate the smallest 3-digit prime number, 101? You can use all mathematical operators you know, such as floor function, factorial, powers/indices*, etc., but concatenation is not allowed (e.g. '11' from 1 and 1 is not permitted).
- Any powers used must be derived from the initial set of three 1s and two 2s - you don't get to use 'squared' (for example) without accounting for the '2' required when writing this as a formula.