Tuesday, September 25, 2007

My Cell No.

The cell no. has 10 digits. Let's suppose the no.is abcdefghij
All the digits are either squares or primes.
The following VIM regular expressions are divisible by 3.
There is no other minor variation (addition/deletion/change of one value) to the above which is divisble by 3.
One square appears its square root no.of times, and this square does not appear after any of its square root.
With the above hints, we can get 7 digits. In the remaining digits, First no.is the difference between the biggest square that we have already found and the biggest square that we have not yet used. Second digit is twice to the third digit.

If you find the answer, call me on this no. :)

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