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Start as you wish (Posted on 2011-01-29) Difficulty: 4 of 5
For any k-digit number M there exist a number n such that the string of first k digits of 2^n equals M .

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re: Old-fogey logicbroll2011-01-30 12:57:50
SolutionOld-fogey logicSteve Herman2011-01-30 11:24:05
Some ThoughtsPossible solutionbroll2011-01-30 03:59:41
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