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re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers' VIEW POST

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re: Dang, that's a great point. I should have made the OP more detailed to clarify that the "split" isn't always right down the middle — even if it ha...
 

Is anyone interested in finding another 'strange' Kaprekar number like 5292?

I searched among the first 91 Kaprekar numbers in the range [ 1..108 ]. So far, 5252 is the only one you have to split asymmetrically.

What makes 5292 so special?

4879 is 'strange', too:
4879 = 238 + 04641

Ok, I see. I've missed it because of the leading zero in the second part.

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