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Power! (Posted on 2006-03-09) Difficulty: 3 of 5
For function M(x,y,z), where x, y, and z, are single-digit, positive integers, the following is true:

M(1,2,3)=32
M(3,2,1)=8
M(4,5,6)=245
M(6,5,4)=95
M(7,8,9)=800
M(9,8,7)=416
M(5,3,1)=15
M(1,3,5)=135

For what values of x,y,z, other than 1,3,5, does M(x,y,z)=100x+10y+z?

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SolutionPuzzle ResolutionK Sengupta2006-10-14 12:44:06
SolutionSolutionphi2006-03-09 09:16:21
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