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What is the smallest number that stands true on the statement?

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There is a number which when you multiply by 3 and subtract 2 from the result, then the resulting number is the reverse of the actual number.

What is the smallest number that stands true on the statement?

posted Mar 17, 2015 by Rahul Vaidya

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Number is 28

answer Mar 17, 2015 by Jaspalsingh Parmar



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