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Omega to Alpha Observation (Posted on 2014-12-23) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Find the smallest value of hexadecimal positive integer N which becomes 4*N when the last digit of N is moved to be the first. For example, turning (2345)16 into (5234)16. How about 2*N? 7*N? 8*N?

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re(2): 7*n, analyticallySteve Herman2014-12-24 10:02:05
Solutionre: 7*n, analyticallyDej Mar2014-12-24 08:06:23
7*n, analyticallySteve Herman2014-12-23 19:07:44
re: computer solutionsDej Mar2014-12-23 16:30:39
Solutioncomputer solutionsCharlie2014-12-23 15:09:46
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