It may seem like the second problem is much too undefined.
Actually, the solutions can be reduced to some simple descriptions.
Solve for A,B,C,D,E,F as unique digits 0-9: ABCDE x F = EDCBA
In Y x k = Z,
k is a single digit from 2-9, and
Z has the same digits as Y in reverse
order (i.e. if Y = 241456, then Z = 654142.)
Find all combinations (Y,k) that
solve the equation.
Original, though I wouldn't be surprised to find these printed
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