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Same Count, Same Sum (Posted on 2015-01-06) Difficulty: 3 of 5
M and N are two distinct positive integers such that:

(i) M and N has the same number of digits, and:
(ii) Each of the sum of the digits of M and N is equal to 32.

Can M be a multiple of N?

If so, give an example.
If not, prove it.

*** Neither M nor N can contain any leading zero.

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