PUZZLET 049

Palindromes and Squares

Find a palindrome whose square can be derived from three consecutive integers, abc, using the process a + b^{2}+ c^{3}.(Note that a, b, and c must all be less than 100).

Example: 8 + 9^{2}+ 10^{3}= 1089. The square root of 1089 is 33, a palindrome. Are there any others like this?

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