Puzzle 82: A cross number
1 February 2017
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From New Scientist #1133, 14th December 1978 [link]
(There are no 0’s).
1. Each digit is odd and is greater than the one before.
4. The digits are all different and this is a multiple of the number which is 3 greater than 1 down. Even when reversed.
5. A perfect cube.
1. 17 goes into this.
2. A multiple of 1 down.
3. Each digit is odd and is less than the one before.
One clue is incorrect. Which one?
With which digit should each square be filled?