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sum of digits and 100th term (Posted on 2015-10-08) Difficulty: 3 of 5
s(x) denotes the sum of digits of x.
Consider all the positive integer values of n satisfying s(n) = 100 arranged in strictly ascending order of magnitude.
Determine the 100th term of this sequence.

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SolutionI did miss something in the previous post.Charlie2015-10-09 08:27:51
re: I've probably miscounted but here goes.Jer2015-10-09 08:16:30
SolutionI've probably miscounted but here goes.Charlie2015-10-08 21:24:23
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