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Numeric Anagrams (Posted on 2009-03-17) Difficulty: 3 of 5
In general,
find an integer I which can be classified as Prime, Triangle, Square or Cube, comprised of unique digits and when the digits are rearranged, one of those categories applies.
[eg: 19 (P) → 91 (T)]

Then specifically apply that rule to fill the table with the lowest values possible per category (integer I) with its anagram being larger, in the lower cell per category.

Note: It may not be possible to offer solutions for all asymetric categories.
You might care also to offer some suggestions whereby some integers, without rearranging, may fall into another category - 36 (S), 36 (T); 729 (S), 729 (C).

Note that colours by row and column are category-defined.

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Incorrect Solutionbrianjn2009-04-01 00:36:28
Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2009-03-17 17:29:27
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