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Four Digit Number II (Posted on 2003-07-06) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Pick a four digit number, all digits different, such that when you add its reverse and divide it by 10, you get the number you started with.

For example: 1749+9471=11220, 11220/10 = 1122. Since 1749 is not equal to 1122, this is not the right number.

See The Solution Submitted by Gamer    
Rating: 3.0000 (4 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionPuzzle ResolutionK Sengupta2007-07-11 09:20:43
SolutionVisual approachSteve Herman2004-10-23 14:04:19
solutionben young2003-07-14 03:03:59
re: Non-algorithmic solutionGamer2003-07-12 08:28:02
answerkevin2003-07-08 10:06:03
re: Non-algorithmic solutionJim C2003-07-07 08:22:05
SolutionThank God I have all of MY digits!Jim C2003-07-07 08:14:27
SolutionSolution (Algebraic)ryan smith2003-07-06 20:04:10
Non-algorithmic solutionTomM2003-07-06 13:02:15
re(2): SolutionCharlie2003-07-06 06:09:26
re: SolutionCharlie2003-07-06 06:07:14
SolutionSolutionLewis2003-07-06 04:45:24
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