Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Six Digits

You have a number that consists of 6 different digits. This number multiplied by 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 yields, in all cases, a new 6-digit number, which, in all cases, is a permutation of the original 6 different digits. What's the number?


  1. 142857

    *2 = 285714
    *3 = 428571
    *4 = 571428
    *5 = 714285
    *6 = 857142

  2. As usual Andy, you impress me with your crazy math skills!

  3. can u explain logic to find this number....


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