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Trouvez un nombre de 6 chiffres dont


A- Le premier et le dernier chiffre du nombre mystère sont les mêmes.

B- Le premier chiffre multiplié par 2 donne un nombre à 2 chiffres.

C- Les chiffres du nombre obtenu en B sont le deuxième et troisième chiffre du nombre mystère.

D- Le dernier chiffre multiplié par 3 donne un nombre à 2 chiffres.

E- Les chiffres du nombre obtenu en D sont le quatrième et cinquième chiffre du nombre mystère.

F- Le total de tous les chiffres est égal à 22.


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