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Palindromic and Tautonymic (Posted on 2009-03-03) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Make a list of distinct positive integers that are obtained by assigning a different decimal digit from 1 to 9 to each of the capital letters in bold in this expression.

                           (AB)/C + (DE)/F + (GH)/I

How many of these integers are palindromes? How many are tautonymic numbers?

Note:
A tautonymic number is one which can be divided into two equal non-palindromic halves, with each part having at least two different digits. For example, each of 3636, 5252, 6767, 276276 and 56635663 is a tautonymic number - but, none of 4444 and 555555 is a tautonymic number.

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re(2): for the actual first questionCharlie2009-03-03 16:24:46
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