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smallest positive number such that if you shuffle the digits then it becomes twice the original number.

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Can you find the smallest positive number such that if you shuffle the digits of the number in a particular order, the shuffled number becomes twice the original number.

posted Nov 6, 2014 by Kshitij Maloo

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125874 shuffled to 251748

answer Feb 26, 2018 by Rahul Vaidya
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Zero can be written as 00 or 000 also
if you suffule the digits then get 00 and
00 = 2*00

answer Nov 6, 2014 by Salil Agrawal
Sorry but you didnt get the question. I asked for a positive numbers as the theory of numbers Zero itself is not positive.
Oh my bad let me work again
Is it 125874 => 251748 but not sure if it is smallest

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