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Pandigital ABCs (Posted on 2009-12-28) Difficulty: 3 of 5
(A,B,C) is a 'pandigital' set of positive integers where the concatenated A|B|C is comprised of all, and only, the ten decimal digits (0 to 9) with no repeated digits. (In the following, except where the base number has a radix, all integers are in base 10.) How many of these 'pandigital' sets exist for
  • AB = C [A in base B equals C]
  • AB = C [A to the power of B equals C]
Provide a separate value for each specification.

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Solutioncomputer solution to part 1Charlie2009-12-29 14:48:26
re(2): Part 2: Trivial (?) solutionsSteve Herman2009-12-29 10:24:23
SolutionPart 2 solutionJustin2009-12-28 19:53:52
re: Part 2: Trivial (?) solutionsJustin2009-12-28 19:33:34
Hints/TipsPart 2: Trivial (?) solutionsSteve Herman2009-12-28 19:20:33
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