The following math problems consists of two number base problems and two inequality problems that I have been unable to solve:

1. A number *X* is converted into base 7 and becomes a four-digit number. Its leftmost digit is removed and written again as the rightmost digit. The number thus obtained in base 7 is twice *X*. Find the decimal representations of all such numbers *X*.

2. Does there exist a positive integer which, when it is written in base 10 and its leftmost digit is crossed out, can be multiplied by 56 to get the original number?

3. Two real numbers, *a* and *b* satisfy the equation *ab* = 1.(i) Prove that a^{6} + 4b^{6} >/= 4.

(ii) Does the inequality a^{6} +4b^{6} > 4 hold for all *a* and *b* such that *ab* = 1?

4. Numbers *a, b* and *c* are all greater than or equal to 0. Prove2(a^{3} + b^{3} + c^{3}) >/= ab(a+b) + bc(b+c) + ca(c + a)

Thanks a lot for answers to anyone of these questions