# Restriction 7442

The figure shows two rows of hexagonal boxes that continue to the right without restriction. Fill in one field with one positive integer so that the product of the numbers in any three adjacent fields is 2018. Determine the number that will be in the top row in the 2019 field.

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#### You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:

**algebra**- arithmetic progression
**arithmetic**- multiplication
- division
**basic functions**- reason
- modulo
**numbers**- natural numbers

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