Using the ciphers 1 up to 9, three numbers (of three ciphers each) can be formed, such that the second number is twice the first number, and the third number is three times the first number.

The Question: Which are these three numbers?

Answer: There are four solutions:

* 192, 384, and 576.

* 219, 438, and 657.

* 273, 546, and 819.

* 327, 654, and 981.

## Wednesday, July 23, 2008

### One, Two, Three

Posted by Covert Bay at 12:10 AM

Labels: Riddles/Puzzles

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