A palindromic number is a number whose digits, with decimal representation usually assumed, are the same read backwards, for example, 58285.
The Cat Who Could Read Backwards was created in 1966.
The Cat Who Could Read Backwards has 256 pages.
They actually don't read backwards. The Japanese read from right to left because they write different than the people in the US. They probably think that we write and read backwards. It's kind of confusing.
flesruoy kcuf og (read backwards) flesruoy kcuf og (read backwards)
Palindromes are words that read the same backwards and forwards.
It is called a semordilap which is backwards for palidromes. An example of a palidrome is kayak which is the same when read both forwards and backwards. An example of a semordilap is dog and G-d which use the same letters when read forwards or backwards but are obviously different words.
They are American read it backwards
Read it backwards.
One. If you mean "digits", the number can have any amount of digits; the only requirement to be called a "palindrome" is that if you read it backwards, you get the same sequence of digits. Thus, any of the following is a palindrome: 1 (any 1-digit number is a palindrome), 55, 121, 2002, 12321, 600006, 8105018, ... As you can see, you can make them arbitrarily large.
Deer, because 'deer' spelled backwards is 'reed'.
read it backwards, ECNALG GLANCE
Palindromes are sentences that read the same forwards or backwards, and the answer to this is a well known palindrome. You can read it forwards or backwards. "Madam, I'm Adam"
No, was it a cat you saw backwards is was ouy tac a ti saw. Was it a cat I saw is the same backwards and forewords.
The word is palindrome. For example “Madam” is the same read backwards or forwards.