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Symmetrical Single-Digit Representations of Numbers

Consider a mathematical series, f^n (10) = 10^n + 10^(n-1) + ... ... +10^2 + 10^1 + 10^0. It looks terrible and confusing, but what that basically means is that every number we know is a combination of the powers of ten (thousands, hundreds, tens and ones being the first four among the natural numbers series). Take 45,231 for example. That's [4 x 10^4] + [5 x 10^3] + [2 x 10^2] + [3 x 10^1] + [1 x 10^0]. Think of it as Primary School Mathematics written in a bizarre way. 40,000 [4 x 10^4] --> 4 x 10,000 + 5,000 [5 x 10^3] --> 5 x 1,000 + 200 [2 x 10^2] --> 2 x 100 + 30 [3 x 10^1] --> 3 x 10 + 1 [1 x 10^0] --> 1 x 1 _______ 45, 231. Does that make it clear? {A

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