Hosted by The Math Forum## Problem of the Week 1237## Palindromic Sums
Express 314159265358979323846 as a sum of positive palindromes, the idea being to use as few summands as you can. Note: All integers are in base 10. A palindrome is an integer that is unchanged when its digits are reversed, such as 191 or 2332.
Source: This problem arose from a paper by Cilleruelo and Luca and also William Banks ( |

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17 May 2017