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I have 9 digits. My ten millions digit is a 0 and is 8 less than my hundreds digit. My hundred millions digit is 1 less than my thousands digit, 8 more than my millions digit, twice my ten thousands digit, and 4 times my hundred thousand digit. My digits in the ones period are zeros. What number am I?

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asked by LEAH
  1. If your school subject is St. Kylins, why does this look like a math problem?

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    posted by Reed
  2. My digits in the ones period are zeros.

    xxx,xxx,000

    now what else do you know?

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    posted by Steve

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