Numbers 840,000,000s

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842,696,243

[Math.] 8641×97523 = 842,696,243, the largest number whose prime factorization uses each of 9 digits 1-9 once.

842,973,156

[Math.]  290342 = 842,973,156, one of thirty 9-digit square numbers using all 9 digits 1-9 once.

847,159,236

[Math.]  291062 = 847,159,236, one of thirty 9-digit square numbers using all 9 digits 1-9 once.

xyz,abc,def

[Math.]  For any xyz = 100 to 999, there are always six 6-digit numbers abc,edf such that the sum (xyz+abc,def) is equal to one of 6 digit-rotations of 142,857 and the number  xyz,abc,def is a multiple of 142,857.

For any xyz = 100 to 999, there are always twelve 6-digit numbers abc,edf such that the sum (xyz+abc,def) is equal to one of 12 digit-rotations of 076,923 or 153,846 and the number xyz,abc,def is a multiple of 76,923.