What is the smallest integer such that if you rotate the number to the left you get a number that is exactly one and a half times the original number?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(To rotate the number left, take the first digit off the front and append it to the end of the number. 2591 rotated to the left is 5912.)

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# Challenge 22: Half Again As Big

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