Posted by **Leighton M** on Friday, May 1, 2009 at 9:19pm.

A 5 digit number is written on a white board. Ron erases one of its digits and adds a newly constructed number to the original one. The results is 41751. What is the original number?

- My problem is that wouldn't there be more than one possibility? Can you please tell me how to do this problem

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