   # Whats the original number if all digits are different?

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I bought a car with a peculiar 5 digit numbered licence plate which on reversing could still be read. On reversing, its value is increased by 78633.

Whats the original number if all digits are different? posted Aug 5, 2014

`10968`

There are 5 different digits those could be read on reversing them, they are 0,1,6,8&9.
Where 0,1&8 can be read same after reversing, while 6&9 are read as 9&6 after reversing.

Now taking the assumption of no. 10968, add the diff no. 78633 which results to 89601 and on reversing the same it reads to be 10968.

Thus, the no. is 10968 answer Aug 5, 2014

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