Puzzle 84: A cross number
11 January 2017
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From New Scientist #1136, 4th January 1979 [link]
1. The sum of the digits is 10.
3. Digits all even.
4. Digits all odd, and each one is less than one before.
1. The second digit is greater than either of the other two.
2. A multiple of 3 Down.
3. The second digit is greater than the first one.
(One of these numbers is the same as another one reversed and there are no 0s).
This completes the archive of New Scientist puzzles published in 1979.