High School Math

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Thursday, June 22, 2006

Tautonymic Numbers

A Tautonymic number is one which can be broken into two equal non-palindromic halves
and with each part having at least two different digits.
Examples of tautonymic numbers are 5656, 2525, 3737, 4141, 165165, 34723472 etc..

How many bygone tautonymic years can you write down?

More Numbers at www.TheMathWebSite.com.