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Maths Week: Your Wednesday puzzle

Figure it out.

MATHS WEEK KICKED off at the weekend and as is our annual tradition here, we’re setting you a puzzle a day with all answers published on site on Sunday morning.

Get puzzling!

TODAY’S Q: 

There is a four-digit number that ends with 6. If I take this 6 and place it at the start of the number I get the first number reversed. And this new number is 1.75 times the value of the first number.

What is my first four-digit number?

All answers will be published on TheJournal.ie on Sunday morning.

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