Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Is it Possible

Find a 5 digit number, as big as possible, that when you multiply it by a single digit number, you get a six digit number, in which all digits are identical.

5 comments:

  1. I agree 74074.
    [Because larger options could only be 777777, which doesn't have a factor of 8 or 9; or 888888, which doesn't have a fcator of 9]

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  2. (typo: 95,238 * 7 = 666,666)

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