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Special Number (Posted on 2004-06-30) Difficulty: 3 of 5
An integer N consisting of five distinct nonzero digits has the curious property that it is equal to the sum of all the different three-digit integers formed by the three digit permutations of its five digits. Find N.

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  Subject Author Date
AnswerK Sengupta2008-03-21 14:48:03
Some ThoughtsElementary.Vee-Liem Veefessional2004-08-01 02:33:32
Some ThoughtsC++Jim2004-07-16 11:46:55
SolutionMy look:Gamer2004-07-01 12:36:20
re: Solution times twoe.g.2004-06-30 10:54:17
Solutionre(2): SolutionCharlie2004-06-30 09:51:25
Some Thoughtsre: SolutionCharlie2004-06-30 09:42:42
SolutionEric2004-06-30 09:34:21
SolutionSolutione.g.2004-06-30 09:04:21
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