Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

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One of the earliest European explorers to reach Australia and New Zealand has which island named after him?

What tennis tournament, first played in 1877, is the oldest in the world?

What Act was passed in 1800 in the United Kingdom, to enable the first national what for the UK?

Members of which family were, at various times, Kings or Emperors of Germany, Austria, Rome, Hungary, Spain.............

What is prussic acid, found in bitter almonds and laurel leaves, also known as?

Which strict Protestant sect preaches the imminent return of Christ to Earth?

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Which animal has very low metabolic rates and a quarter of the muscle tissue of animals of similar size?

Find a 10-digit number where the first digit is how many zeros in the number, the second digit is how many 1s in the number etc. until the tenth digit which is how many 9s in the number.

It's 6210001000

There is a 9 digit number. No digit are repeated and rightmost digit is divisible by 1 and right 2 digits is divisible by 2, right 3 digits is divisible by 3 and so on, finally the whole number is divisible by 9. Can you find out the number?

Find a 10 digit number where the first digit is how many 0's in the number. The second digit is the number of 1's in the number. The third digit gives the number of 2's The fourth digit gives the number of 3's in the number so on until the 10th digit which gives the number of 9's in the number.

Using the digits 1, 2, 3 and 4, find the number of 10-digit sequences that can be written so that the difference between any two consecutive digits is 1.

Examples of such 10-digit sequences are 1234321232 and 2121212121.

I'm thinking of a number.

What is the number?