
COMMENTS

A ktransposable number, where 2<=k<=9, is one which is equal to k times the number whose digits are a cyclic permutation of its leftmost digit to the right.
Corresponds to the least value m+1 such that 10*n1 10^m  n, or merely to the order of 10 mod (10*n1).  Lekraj Beedassy, Aug 21 2004
This could be considered the start of the b=10th row in the array defined by T(b,n) = the order of b mod (b*n1), A002326 in row 2, A003572 in row 3, A003574 in row 4. With this definition, the sequence continues 18, 28, 6, 42, 58, 22, 13, 44, 2, 108, 48, 21, 46, 148, 13, 78, 178, 6, ...  R. J. Mathar, Mar 30 2009


REFERENCES

P. Tougne, "Jeux Mathematiques", Prob. 8, pp. 104 and 107 Aug. 1982 issue of Pour La Science (French edition of 'Scientific American'), Paris.


MAPLE

A094224b := proc(n, b) numtheory[order](b, b*n1) ; end: A094224 := proc(n) A094224b(n, 10) ; end: seq(A094224(n), n=2..9) ; # R. J. Mathar, Mar 30 2009
