 # Miscellaneous Problems

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A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

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Problem 6.

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Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

Problem 6.

Problem 7.

Problem 8.

A palindrome is a natural number whose decimal expansion is symmetric, that is, it reads the same backwards as forwards. For example, 1, 11, 345543, are all palindromes.

Problem 9.

Problem 10.

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