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Fiona's Telephone Number
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?
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