   # There is a four-digit number ABCD, where A, B, C, D each represents a................. what is the original number ABCD?

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There is a four-digit number ABCD, where A, B, C, D each represents a different digit from 1 to 9.

If ABCD is divisible by 13, BCDA is divisible by 11, CDAB is divisible by 9, and DABC is divisible by 7, what is the original number ABCD? posted Oct 26, 2015
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