## For a positive integer $n$, $d(n)$ is defined to be the sum of the digits of $n$. For example, $d(12345)=15$.

Let $\displaystyle F(N)=\sum_{n=1}^N \frac n{d(n)}$.

You are given $F(10)=19$, $F(123)\approx 1.187764610390e3$ and $F(12345)\approx 4.855801996238e6$.

Find $F(1234567890123456789)$. Write your answer in scientific notation rounded to twelve significant digits after the decimal point. Use a lowercase e to separate the mantissa and the exponent.

### To provide an answer for the problem, we would need the exact formula for $F(N)$ or a way to compute $F(N)$ efficiently, neither of which can be easily deduced from the stated problem.

Unfortunately, the information provided is not sufficient to predict $F(1234567890123456789)$ accurately. To compute $F(N)$ exactly, we would need to add together the fractions $n/d(n)$ for $n=1$ to $N$. This is a very time-consuming process and is infeasible for large $N$.

Besides, the function $F(N)$ seems quite complex given its dependencies on both $N$ and $d(n)$. It seems impossible to predict its value for a large number such as $1234567890123456789$ without any kind of explicit pattern or formula. Consequently, it would be very difficult to estimate its value without additional information.

Given that a reasonably accurate estimation or calculation is not possible, it’d be difficult to present an answer in scientific notation, with twelve significant decimals.

So, without more information or context, we can’t definitively answer this problem at this time.

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