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Eight-Digit Numbers In Reverse (Posted on 2009-06-28) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Determine all possible value(s) of an eight-digit base ten positive integer having the form DISCOVER that uses each of the nonzero digits from 1 to 8 exactly once and satisfies all of these conditions:
  • ER is divisible by 2
  • VE is divisible by 3
  • OV is divisible by 4
  • CO is divisible by 5
  • SC is divisible by 6
  • IS is divisible by 7
  • DI is divisible by 8
Note: Think of this problem as a reverse of Ten-Digit Numbers.

See The Solution Submitted by K Sengupta    
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re: Manual Solution (spoiler)Arsalan Malik2009-07-03 08:44:19
re: Manual Solution (spoiler)brianjn2009-06-29 10:16:18
SolutionManual Solution (spoiler)Steve Herman2009-06-28 13:57:27
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