Dear Sir,

do numbers with six digits >always< reach one of the kernels 549945 or 631764? I tried 789102 as an arbitrary number to start with, but my program yielded the following periodic numbers:

1. round: 987210 - 12789 = 974421 2. round: 974421 - 124479 = 849942 3. round: 998442 - 244899 = 753543 4. round: 755433 - 334557 = 420876 <- 5. round: 876420 - 24678 = 851742 6. round: 875421 - 124578 = 750843 7. round: 875430 - 34578 = 840852 8. round: 885420 - 24588 = 860832 9. round: 886320 - 23688 = 862632 10. round: 866322 - 223668 = 642654 11. round: 665442 - 244566 = 420876 <-

Is it a flaw in the program or haven't I yet correctly understood the meaning of your explanations given above?

Thank you!

## Two kernels for six digit numbers

Dear Sir,

do numbers with six digits >always< reach one of the kernels 549945 or 631764? I tried 789102 as an arbitrary number to start with, but my program yielded the following periodic numbers:

1. round: 987210 - 12789 = 974421

2. round: 974421 - 124479 = 849942

3. round: 998442 - 244899 = 753543

4. round: 755433 - 334557 = 420876 <-

5. round: 876420 - 24678 = 851742

6. round: 875421 - 124578 = 750843

7. round: 875430 - 34578 = 840852

8. round: 885420 - 24588 = 860832

9. round: 886320 - 23688 = 862632

10. round: 866322 - 223668 = 642654

11. round: 665442 - 244566 = 420876 <-

Is it a flaw in the program or haven't I yet correctly understood the meaning of your explanations given above?

Thank you!