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Egyptian Divisibility

Problem

A group of Archaeologists discovered some simple hieroglyphs on the stone lid of a tomb in Egypt. When they translated them they realised that it was a four digit number, but more remarkably it is the smallest number that can be divided by all of the numbers from 1 to 10 without any remainder. What was that number?

Problem ID: 112 (Apr 2003)     Difficulty: 2 Star

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