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Find the smallest positive integer such that when its last digit is moved to the start of the number (example: 1234 becomes 4123) the resulting number is larger than and is an integral multiple of the original number. Numbers are written in standard decimal notation, with no leading zeroes. Find the smallest positive integer such that when its last digit is moved to the start of the number (example: 1234 becomes 4123) the resulting number is larger than and is an integral multiple of the original number. Numbers are written in standard decimal notation, with no leading zeroes. @Mathematics

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    102564

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    • 4 years ago
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    yay!!

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