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A 3 digit number puzzle 2013-03-11
From Bonnie:
My number has 3 digits. My number is not a multiple of 100. My number is a multiple of 50. My number is a factor of 1000. What is my number?
Answered by Penny Nom.
3-digit, daily numbers 2011-09-29
From Margaret:
I need the list/group for a raffle that would contain the combinations for a 3 digit (000-999) daily number. There would be 100 tickets sold with 10 3-digit numbers from each numerical group beginning from 000's, 100's 200's, 300's,...900's. No duplicates/replacement. What would be the list of possible combinations of each group of 100 tickets, keeping each different group/list of combinations in separate blocks of 100 tickets without duplication. So I could use 1 list of 100 this year and the next list of combos next year and so forth. Please help!

Example: 000,197,245,367,445,569,618,777,842,964

What would be the possible lists of each 100 tickets? Thank you

Answered by Penny Nom.
4 digit strings starting with 7 2009-03-03
From Angel:
I need to no all the 4 digit combinations starting with 7 and with no repititions.
Answered by Penny Nom.
3 digit combinatios from 0-9 2008-07-27
From Mike:
I need to know all the possible 3 digit combinations using the numbers 0-9. The numbers can be repeated as long as they are not of the same set. Example for not repeating: 123 is ok but not 321 or 231,132,213, etc. Please help me. Thanks, Mike.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Three digit number 2003-03-10
From Grace:
What three digit positive integer is exactly 32 times the sum of its digits?
Answered by Claude Tardif.



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