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Leaving a maximal result (Posted on 2017-08-25) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Imagine a concatenation of first 100 positive integers i.e. 12345678910111213...979899100.

You are given a task to erase 96 digits of your choice, without changing the original order, then shrink the final sequence to eliminate blank spaces, striving to achieve largest possible result.

What is this maximal value and how was it derived?

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Leaving a maximal result | Comment 2 of 3 |
Erasing 96 will leave 96 as well. This is a really easy question. It is much easier to solve it than with motherhood, especially they helped me breast pumping tips.
  Posted by Michael Broyles on 2020-07-23 14:18:53
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