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We are looking at the product of:

Which we can write as:

So we can examine products of repunits to find an appropriate value, which will then correspond to two possible multiplications (if the repunits have different lengths).

This Python program runs in 93ms.

Run:[ @repl.it ]Solution:There were 47 digits in Johnny’s answer.The possible multiplications are: