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My mother forgot the PIN code of her ATM card, which consisted of 4 different numbers. Help her put it together if she remembers:

And - all the numbers were even

B - zero in the pin code was not

C - the first number was a multiple of the second number, which was the largest in the PIN code.

D - if we divide the first number by the second number, we get the smallest even number.

E - the last number was 6

And - all the numbers were even

B - zero in the pin code was not

C - the first number was a multiple of the second number, which was the largest in the PIN code.

D - if we divide the first number by the second number, we get the smallest even number.

E - the last number was 6

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