Is it your base?

Number Theory Level pending

Let \(N\) be any number on the base \(b\), a new number \(N'\) formed by altering its digits randomly. Then the difference of \(N'\) and \(N\) is always divisible by \({ ( b + k ) }\), where \( k \epsilon \mathbb{Z} \) then k =

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