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The numbers 585, 44544, and 395593 are examples of palindrome numbers.

They read the same forward and backward. The numbers 1002001, 676, and 94249 are examples of square palindromes because they are perfect squares and palindromes. Can you think of any cubic palindromes -- numbers that are simultaneously perfect cubes and palindromic?

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    TR Smith (calculus-geometry) 4 years ago

    I can think of racecar, the language Malayalam, redivider, and boob off the top of my head. You have to at least give me a cool palindromic sentence. :)

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