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Johann was writing out a math problem when he spilled some coffee on his paper. The result was that some digits were covered up, as shown below.
♦7♦ + ♦♦9 ----- 50♦
If all but one of the hidden areas have the same digit, find all possible values for the sum of the hidden digits
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I'm a three digit number. My first two digits multiply to 12, and my last two digits add to 14. What number am I?
Find the sum of all the integers between one and 100 which have 14 as the sum of their digits.
If all the palindromes between 100 and 1000 were listed in order from smallest to largest, what is the average of the two numbers in the middle of the list?
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X is a three-digit number. Y is the number obtained when the digits of X are reversed. Z is the six-digit number obtained by writing X and Y back to back, with X written first. W is the six-digit number obtained by writing Y and X back to back, with Y written first. What is the largest number which the sum of Z and W must be divisible by?
When Shrek asks Fiona for her telephone number, Fiona is a bit coy about it, and tells Shrek the following information:
- My telephone number has 10 digits.
- There are no repeated digits in my telephone number.
- The first three digits are in ascending order.
- The second three digits are in descending order.
- Both the last four digits and the last two digits are multiples of sixty.
- My last four digits are not a multiple of 43.
- My first three digits are the square of an integer less than twenty.
- The sum of the second three digits is 14.
What number should Shrek dial?
I am thinking of a three-digit number. The sum of my digits is 17. Two of my digits add to 10, and two of my digits are the same. Find all possible values for my number.
Happy New Year! I am a four-digit year, and my last two digits are a perfect square. The sum of my first and third digits is a perfect square. My second digit is a perfect square. All my digits add to a perfect square.
If you subtract my first, second, and third digit from my last digit, you get a perfect square.
If you subtract my third digit from my first digit, you get a perfect square.
Oh, by the way, I'm a perfect square.
What year am I?
In the addition problem below, some digits are missing. They have been replaced by x and y. Find the values of x and y.
3xy2 + 3y1 = 40x3
I'm a three digit number. Reverse my digits and subtract, and the result is 198. Reverse my digits and add, and the result is 1272.
What number am I?
How many two-digit numbers are there such that the digits match at least one of the following patterns:
- The digits are both multiples of three.
- Neither of the digits are multiples of two.
- The digits add to 8.
- The digits are perfect squares.