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## 'Latin Numbers' printed from http://nrich.maths.org/

Let $N$ be a six digit number with distinct digits. Find the
number $N$ given that the numbers $N$, $2N$, $3N$, $4N$, $5N$,
$6N$, when written underneath each other, form a latin square (that
is each row and each column contains all six digits).