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Forty niners (Posted on 20110201) 

Find a pair of two consecutive integers, such that
the s.o.d. of each of them is a multiple of 49.
i.e. SOD(N)=K*49 & SOD(N+1)=L*49: (K,L integers)
Rem1: S.o.d. of a number is the sum of said number's digits.
Rem2: Only the smallest values requested.
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Submitted by Ady TZIDON

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re: solution?

 Comment 4 of 5 

(In reply to solution? by Justin)
You've got me beat.

Posted by hoodat
on 20110201 19:58:22 


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