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 Some three-digit numbers 2008-03-05 From Toni:The following is a word pattern problem listed on my son's homework: write a set of three-digit numbers that contain one odd number and three even numbers. This confused the both of us because that would make his number a four digit number, right? please respond. Thanks.Answered by Penny Nom. A three-digit number multiplied by 7, then 11, then 13 2006-09-17 From Sherrie:why is it true that a three-digit number multiplied by 7, then 11, then 13 will result in the three digits repeated twice?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 65,125 2002-12-04 From Brittany:I am a three-digit number.When you reverse my digits,a larger number is formed.the product of me and the new number is 65,125.What number am I.Answered by Chris Fisher and Claude Tardif.

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