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Rare Rotative Relationship! (Posted on 2004-09-23) Difficulty: 3 of 5
What is the smallest number so that if you move its last digit to the beginning (for example, turning 1234 into 4123) you get a new number that is an integer multiple of the original number?

See The Solution Submitted by Old Original Oskar!    
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  Subject Author Date
SolutionPuzzle Solution With ExplanationK Sengupta2007-06-07 05:34:24
AnswerK Sengupta2007-06-07 05:14:55
SolutionFull Algebraic SolutionCandide2004-09-28 17:04:01
The algebraic wayJer2004-09-27 13:11:37
Some Thoughtsre: Another ideaOld Original Oskar!2004-09-27 12:20:30
Another ideaGamer2004-09-26 11:01:05
No Subjectabhi ghosh2004-09-26 07:28:54
re(2): Solutions with interpretationsRichard2004-09-24 00:47:05
re: Solutions with interpretationsNosher2004-09-23 21:47:29
re: Solutions with interpretationsDavid Shin2004-09-23 19:06:04
SolutionThe first fewCharlie2004-09-23 13:27:56
Solutions with interpretationsJer2004-09-23 13:16:29
SolutionSolutionDavid Shin2004-09-23 13:07:08
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