Question: Find the smallest positive integer j such that the number 1 + p1p2p3....pj is not a prime number. Also state this smallest such number, and its' factorization. [In this problem, pm = the mth prime, m = 1, 2, 3.....].

In words: "Find the smallest positive integer j such that the number one plus (p sub-one times p sub-two times p sub-three) etc until some value p sub j) is NOT a prime number.

Also state this smallest such number and its' factorization. [In this problem, p sub m is equal to the m^th term, where m = 1, 2, 3, .... ]