"Nothing odd about it," said the judge. "If OJS times OJS equals GUILTY... er... perhaps I'd better rephrase that. What we're looking for is an even number with three digits, no two of which are the same, which, when squared gives a six-digit number, no two digits of which are the same, or coincide with any of the digits of the original number."
Can you find a number fitting the judge's description?
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23 September answers: trains (They go on RAIlway liNeS); station (a STop on A TraIn jOurNey); ticket (show ThIs Card to maKE a Trip) Winner: Mrs Julia Wilson (Halifax).Reuse content