

A173450


Decimal expansion of (69^2)*10^6 + 69^3.


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10,1


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There is (probably) no simpler arithmetic expression whose value consists of 10 distinct digits.
In the absence of some clarification as to how the "simplicity" of an arithmetic expression is to be measured, it could be argued that other expressions yielding pandigital numbers (e.g., (10^11  910)/81, which gives 1234567890) are at least as simple as the one that defines this sequence.  Jon E. Schoenfield, Oct 05 2019


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AUTHOR

Fernando Antonio de Oliveira Prieto (fernandoaoprieto(AT)hotmail.com), Feb 18 2010


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approved



