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Home Free Lessons Number Palindromes
This rich task is beautifully motivated through a series of conjectures and counterexamples, related to the strange “palindromification” of numbers. Take a number (i.e. 25), and add its reverse (52). Is the sum always a palindrome (77), that is, a number that reads the same forward as backward?
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