Fun with Numbers: The PanPrimeDigit Cube Hypothesis

08082017, 12:01 AM
(This post was last modified: 08082017 01:12 AM by David Hayden.)
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RE: Fun with Numbers: The PanPrimeDigit Cube Hypothesis
(08072017 07:57 PM)Werner Wrote: 1 405 349 897 ^3 = 2 775 577 757 352 755 375 573 357 273I don't think this counts. The input number must be pandigital also. This one contains 0, 1, 4, 8, and 9, and it lacks 2. [Edit: I see that I'm wrong. The input number does NOT need to be panprimedigital. Back to the drawing board!] 

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