Q: What is a palindromic word?

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1661 is a palindromic number.

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'palindromic' means 'reads the same forward and backward', such as 'mom' and 'noon'. So yes, 878 a palindromic number.

89 does not have any other number - palindromic or otherwise.

As 20569.8 is not palindromic, any number that is like it must contain that property and similarly be non-palindromic, so no.

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a palindromic word is a word that can be read the same forward then when read backward. 'Mum' is a palindromic word, so is 'Dad'. Palindromic numbers are the same. You may not realise it but palindromes are used in everyday life even if you dont notice. Examples of palindromic words racecar deleveled deified irori

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rotor, rotator, rotavator

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1661 is a palindromic number.

You call it a palindromic sentence. If it isn't a sentence it is a palindromic phrase or palindromic sequence.

There are not just 13 non-palindromic numbers. Most numbers are non-palindromic.

"Palindromic" is the adjective form of "palindrome."

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The palindrome is Eye.

Example of a palindromic number is 16461.A palindromic number reads the same from both ends, which 16 fails to do.

Oh, what a happy little question! There are 90 three-digit palindromic numbers in total. You see, they start at 101 and end at 999, with each one bringing its own unique charm and symmetry to the canvas of mathematics. Just imagine the joy of exploring all these lovely palindromic numbers!