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 yay! I get the first three powers of 2! [Quote] [Link]
 Why didn't anyone correct me? I had 25! Anyways, a palindromic number 100x+10y+z , and if you make x and z equal y, and vice versa, then flip it upside down, you get the same number. [Quote] [Link]
 The last digit is the product of the first two digits. There are 3 digits in this number The digits are all different. They are all powers of two. [Quote] [Link]
 Person said:The last digit is the product of the first two digits. 3=2*5 anyways, 254 [Quote] [Link]
 255 If you don't check your work, I'm not going to do it for you! ;) [Quote] [Link]
 the 3rd and last digit of this number is the sum of the other two, and all three digits are prime. [Quote] [Link]
 eofpi Administrator656 Posts11 Cresco 14:5 - 13.0.0811.14 days ago The first digit, raised to the power of the second digit minus the first digit, equals the last digit. [Quote] [Link]
 the 6th prime number multiplied by 2^2*5 [Quote] [Link]
 ^ One post early. 260 now. [Quote] [Link]
 nope, my post is the 263rd. [Quote] [Link]
 but it's not the post count, it's the current number that counts. ergo: 262 [Quote] [Link]