Q: What is the smallest 3-digits palindrome number?

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The smallest 3-digit palindrome is 101.

A palindrome is a number, or sequence of letters, that is read the same from left to right, as from right to left. For example, the word "noon" - if you read it backwards, you also get "noon".

The smallest, positive 5-digit whole number is 10,000

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The smallest 4-digit number is 1000, and the largest 4-digit number is 9999.

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The smallest palindrome is 1 or I

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Since a palindrome is just a number that reads the same way back and forth, the smallest palindrome would be 1. As there are an infinite number of palindromes (as you could just take any palindrome and simply place the same number in front of it and behind it, for example: 3, 939,99399,9993999,999939999, etc.), there is no biggest palindrome (infinity)

101 is the smallest palindrome.

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408 is the ans

262 = 676

The smallest 3-digit palindrome is 101.

112 = 121

26^2 = 676