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1. There are only two numbers that are twice the sum of their individual digits. One of them is 0 and I am the other one. I am a multiple of 9. Which number am I?
2. You may have heard of the famous Fibonacci numbers. (1, 1, 2, 3, 5... where the next number is the sum of its previous two numbers) Well, I am one of them. What makes me more special is that I am the largest cube in this sequence. Which number am I?
3. No other numbers are more special than me. I am the only number that is located between a square and a cube. More hints for you; I am smaller than 50 and I am an even number. Which number am I?
4. I know number 10 is special, because we use it in our number system. However, I am not talking about number 10. I am the smallest number with 10 divisors. More clues to help you; I am smaller than 50 and a multiple of 12. Which number am I?
5. A bit of thinking here for this question. I am the largest four-digit number with different digits, each greater than the one before it. Which number am I?
6. I am the age of the oldest person in the Bible - Methuselah when he died. I am a three-digit odd palindromic number that ends in 9. The sum of my individual digits is 24. Which number am I?
7. If you have a calculator with you now, you can find me. I am the answer for 1^7 + 2^6 + 3^5 + 4^4 + 5^3 + 6^2 + 7^1. But if you do not have one, never mind. I end in 2 and the sum of my individual digits is 12. I am greater than 700 but smaller than 800. Which number am I?
8. Another palindromic number for you. I am the smallest five-digit palindromic number that ends in 9. Which number am I?
9. If you are obsessed with Fibonacci numbers (1, 1, 2, 3, 5...) then this is the question for you. I am the largest square in the Fibonacci sequence. I am smaller than 150 and a multiple of 12. Which number am I?
10. You may think I am a joke, but I am the smallest whole number with three different digits. Which number am I?
Source: Author Matthew_07
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