Mathematical Palindromes

Mathematical Palindromes
Mathematical Palindromes
Mathematical Palindromes
Mathematical Palindromes
Mathematical Palindromes
Mathematical Palindromes
Mathematical Palindromes
Mathematical Palindromes
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A palindrome is a word or a number that can be read the same way in either direction. For example, MOM is still MOM if read backwards. “A man, a plan, a canal, Panama” is a famous palindrome about the building of the Panama Canal.

Palindromes can also be numbers. 121 is still 121 if read from the other direction. This is a short collection of ideas and resources to facilitate students’ fun investigating palindromic numbers.

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