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I'm a 5 digit number, the first and last digits are the same and add up to an even number...

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I'm a 5 digit number,
the first and last digits are the same and add up to an even number.
Multiply that number by its self and the number is under 10 and odd.
That will be the fourth number.
Subtract five from it and it will be the second number.
Divide it in half and that is my third number.

What am I?

posted Nov 9, 2014 by anonymous

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Odd squares of single digit number below 10 is
1,3
since taking one as the number , wen we substract 5 from the square of it gives negative value therefore the only possible number is 3 ..
square is 4 th digit -- 9
2nd digit is 5 less than square of number =>9-5=4

3rd is half of it =>4/2=2

=>34293(Answer)

answer Nov 9, 2014 by Amit Kumar Pal



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