Enigma 1706: Festival figures
11 July 2012
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From New Scientist #2873, 14th July 2012 [link]
In 1951 the Festival of Britain was held, with three main features at the exhibition site – the Dome of Discovery, the Skylon and the Royal Festival Hall. This inspired me to write down three positive whole numbers; altogether they use nine digits, with no digit repeated. One of the numbers is a perfect square and the other two are primes. They add up to 1951.
What, in increasing order, are my three numbers?