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From: Jenna Anniker

To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2017101221:26:55
Subject: Re: Palindrome numbers

Hello Debra! It seems you’ve made a mistake in the 2 o’ clock range, 201 is NOT a palindrome. When you flip 201, you get 102. Palindromes are words/numbers that can be flipped and be the same word/number. It would be 202, when you flip it, you still have 202.

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