Find the smallest number that consist of only number 1's (e.g. 11111111111) which satisfy a given divisor and remainder. Then return the sum of its digits.
remainder = 7
divisor = 12
then dividend = 1111 and the resulting sum is 4.
is there any particular mathematical theory regarding this?..i cant find my way for large numbers.
nice job, well done tim
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