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 A023093 Numbers k such that k and 9*k are anagrams. 10
 0, 1089, 10089, 10449, 10890, 10899, 10989, 100089, 100449, 100890, 100899, 100989, 102249, 104490, 104499, 106749, 107793, 107892, 108900, 108990, 108999, 109890, 109899, 109989, 1000089, 1000449, 1000890, 1000899, 1000989, 1002249, 1004490 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS All terms are divisible by 9. - Eric M. Schmidt, Jul 12 2014 LINKS David W. Wilson, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..10001 MATHEMATICA si[n_] := Sort@ IntegerDigits@ n; Flatten@{0, Table[Select[Range[10^d + 8, 2 10^d - 1, 9], si[#] == si[9 #] &], {d, 0, 6}]} (* Giovanni Resta, Mar 20 2017 *) CROSSREFS Cf. A023086, A023087, A023088, A023089, A023090, A023091, A023092. Sequence in context: A110843 A319570 A319482 * A001232 A039684 A230066 Adjacent sequences:  A023090 A023091 A023092 * A023094 A023095 A023096 KEYWORD nonn,base AUTHOR STATUS approved

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