+---+ +---+ | 9 |As the elevator rises along the eight-floor tower, it forms a series of three- digit numbers by combining the 72 in the elevator with the digit on the floor.→9 | |→9 +---+ +---+ | 8 |→8 | |→8 +---+ +---+ | 1 |→7 | |→7 +---+ +---+ | 0 |→6 | |→6 +---+ +---+ | 5 |→5 | |→5 +---+ +---+ | 4 |→4 | |→4 +---+ +---+↑| 3 |→3↑| |→3 +---+---+ +---+ +---+---+ +---+ | 7 | 2 | | 6 |→2 | | | | |→2 +---+---+ +---+ +---+---+ +---+

What's more, these three-digit numbers are multiples of 2, 3, 4, etc., up to 9. (That is, on the lowest floor, 726 is evenly divisible by 2, on the next floor, 723 is evenly divisible by 3, and so on.)

Find another arrangement for the digits 0 to 9 (using

*each digit exactly once, one digit per box*) so that the elevator isn't 72 and the combinations of the elevator with the level form an appropriate multiple.