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Another number theory problem

This is the second post dedicated to the problems set posted on "Math, Math Education, Math Culture" LinkedIn group. Here is the original LinkedId discussion, again... if you happen to have a LinkedIn account. Here is the problem: Prove that the sequence a1=1, a2=11, a3=111, a4=1111,... contains a
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