Q: What is the smallest palindromic three-diget number not ending in zero?

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The smallest number is 60 (LCM) and the second smallest is 120 (LCM * 2, as it is the smallest real number after 1).

Impossible to answer ! Infinity is a never ending quantity - and Pi is a never ending decimal !

60 is the smallest # that works. Seeing as none of them share factors, you'll need to multiply them. 3*4*5=60.

A nonconstant function is called periodic if there exists a number that you can add to (or subtract from) the argument and get the same result. The smallest such positive number is called the period. That is, nonconstant function f(x) is periodic, if and only if f(x) = f(x + h) for some real h. The smallest positive such h is the period. For example, the sine function has period 2*pi, and the function g(x) := [x] - x has period 1.

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I guess that the smallest would be zero, if you don't consider negative numbers. There is no largest palindromic number - you can make them as large as you like.

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the number 9 with a never ending list of nines after it.

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'.