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2014-06-13T10:56:04+05:30
The largest 8-digit number that is a multiple of 9,but which has no two digits the same is
87654321. It has no repeated digits and 87654321/9=9739369. 8+7+6+5+4+3+2+1=36 and 3+6=9. Thus, according to the divisibility rule of 9, the answer is correct.
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2014-06-13T11:11:07+05:30
The largest 8-digit number that is a multiple of 9,but which has no two digits the same is
87654321.

So, proof---->
87654321/9=9739369.

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