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Concatenated Numbers and Divisibility (Posted on 2010-06-29) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Each of p and q is a 6-digit base ten positive integer with no leading zero. The 12-digit number that is obtained by writing p and q side-by-side is divisible by the product p*q.

Determine all possible pair(s) (p, q) for which this is possible.

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SolutionImproved SolutionSteve Herman2010-06-30 11:56:23
re: Full solutioned bottemiller2010-06-29 18:33:15
SolutionFull solutionSteve Herman2010-06-29 17:04:49
Solutionpartial solutionDej Mar2010-06-29 16:06:57
More analyticsSteve Herman2010-06-29 15:02:54
prelimsed bottemiller2010-06-29 14:30:53
analytical solutionDaniel2010-06-29 13:55:19
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