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Triplets cubed (Posted on 2020-10-04) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Let y(n) represent sum of digits of n3.

For 10<n<999 list all the triplets (n,n+1,n+2) such that y(n),y(n+1),y(n+2)
are three successive integers any order
b.corresponding to n,n+1,n+2.

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part bLarry2020-10-04 12:07:26
Solutionpart bCharlie2020-10-04 12:02:58
Solutionpart aCharlie2020-10-04 11:57:36
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