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Fascinating Multiplications

Numbers 1 to 10

Is there any multiplication set that have all the positive integers from 1 to 9?

Of course yes, there are multiplication sets that uses all the digits 1 to 9 once.

Look at the multiplication sets listed below :

138 x 42 = 5796

157 x 28 = 4396

159 x 48 = 7632

186 x 39 = 7254

198 x 27 = 5346

297 x 18 = 5346

483 x 12 = 5796

All these multiplication sets have used the whole numbers, 1 to 9 altogether in their multiplier, multiplicand and product atleast once.

Below given multiplication sets uses the integers 1 to 9 twice :

51249876 x 3 = 153749628

32547891 x 6 = 195287346

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