Not too challenging, and fun to solve over a cup of coffee, if you've not seen it before.

Question:

Arrange the digits 1-9 to make a nine digit number such that the first digit is divisible by one, the first two digits divisible by two, first three digits divisible by three …

Solution here: http://datagenetics.com/blog/march22018/index.html

## Nine digit puzzle

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### Re: Nine digit puzzle

Almost too challenging for me but got it eventually. I used a bit of dumb trial and error.

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### Re: Nine digit puzzle

Solution:

EDIT: just realized I misread the puzzle. Didn't see the "arrange the digits 1 to 9" bit...

**Spoiler:**

EDIT: just realized I misread the puzzle. Didn't see the "arrange the digits 1 to 9" bit...

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### Re: Nine digit puzzle

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there's a spoiler tag. use it. -jr

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