# Three Digits with Difference

Pro Problems > Math > Number and Quantity > Number Theory > Digits## Three Digits with Difference

I’m a three digit number, and the sum of my digits is 13. My first two digits differ by 3, and my last two digits differ by 5. What numbers could I be?

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