If Sam's age is multiplied by his father's age, the product obtained is a permutation of the digits in their individual age. If Sam's age is \(S\) and his father's age is \(F\), find the value of \(2S+4F\) if Sam's age is one digit.

**Note**: The father is older than his son by over 20 years.

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