1 is the palindrome with square 1.every single digit number is a palindrome.
Any single digit number is a palindrome. The Fibonacci sequence consists of infinitely many numbers so 8, being only one number, cannot be the Fibonacci sequence.
20002. The required answer is a 5 digit number which reads the same forwards and backwards, so it is of the form abcba where a, b & c are individual digits, that is the first and last digits are the same, the second and fourth digits as the same, and the first, second and third digits may, but not necessarily, be different; the problem comes down to finding a, b & c so that abcba is as small as possible. The arithmetical sequence runs 2, 7, 12, 7,...; the difference between the terms is 5, so the nth term is: an = 5n - 3 However, the first thing to notice is that the last digit alternates between 2 & 7, so the first and last digit, a, must be 2 or 7; all five digit numbers starting with 2 are smaller than all five digit numbers starting with 7 so a=2 will most likely give the smallest five digit palindrome - so now b & c needs to be found to make 2bcb2 as small as possible. The obvious starting point would be to try with b and c as small as possibly, namely zero (b=c=0) giving 20002 and see if that is part of the sequence - if it is, it must fit with the nth term given above, namely for some integer n: 20002 = 5n - 3 => 5n = 20005 => n = 4001 As n = 4001 is an integer, 20002 is part of the sequence. The previous number in the sequence is 19997, so all previous five digit numbers cannot be palindromes (since as the last digit is either 2 or 7, the first digit must also be 2 or 7) so 20002 must be the smallest 5 digit palindrome.
A palindrome reads the same forward and in reverse. This tells me that at leastthe first digit and the last digit must be the same. So it's not possible to have a6-digit palindrome "with no same digits".The largest 6-digit palindrome, with just enough repetition of digits to make it apalindrome and no more, would be 987,789 .
Any number that is is a palindrome will always be a palindrome.
Since palindrome denotes a word that reads the same forwards as backwards, a one-digit palindrome would not make sense.
4/15 as a decimal is 0.26666 repeating
O is the smallest digit.
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A palindromic number can have as few as one digit, and as many as infinity. The smallest palindromic number is zero and the largest is '999... to infinity'.
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.
The smallest three digit integer is 100
105 - is the smallest tree-digit number that has the digit 5
The smallest three digit number is 100.