Enigma 267: Just one at a time
22 March 2015
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From New Scientist #1414, 26th July 1984 [link]
I have in mind a five-figure number. It satisfies just one of the statements in each of the triples below.
The sum of its digits is not a multiple of 6.
It is divisible by a number whose units digit is 3.
Its middle digit is odd.
The sum of its digits is odd.
It has a factor which is not palindromic.
It is not divisible by 1001.
It has two or more different prime factors.
It is not a perfect square.
It is not divisible by 5.
What is the number?
Due to industrial action New Scientist was not published for 5 weeks between 19th June 1984 and 19th July 1984.
This brings the total number of Enigma puzzles available on the site to 804, just over 45% of all Enigma puzzles published.