Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 19:21:38 -0600 To: QandQ@MathCentral.uregina.ca Subject: stumper From: Craig, B.Ed.
Grade level: Secondary (10-12) Question: If a certain six-digit number is split into two parts, one constituting the first three digits and the other the last three digits, and the two parts are added and the resultiong sum squared, it is found that the product is the original six digit number. What is the original six-digit number? At first it seemed liked an impossible question, until it hit me...how long will it take you? Thanks a million.
Hi Craig, Is there any other example?
Cheers,
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