I didn't work out the math. But he told me the answer.

And I hope it's the right one or...awkward.

And I hope it's the right one or...awkward.

Go ahead, I'll wait while you try it.

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My tens digit is the 26

^{th}prime minus 96,
But if you’re incapable of that,

It’s also the 3

^{rd}square minus the 2^{nd}square,
Says my epic CAT…. Brand calculator.

My thousands digit when multiplied
with my units,

Should equal an odd number,

Now subtract [400-(10-(300x3-895)-5+5),

And you’ll get it you humbler!!

My ten thousands digit is really quite
simple,

So let me give you a break,

Take the 3

^{rd}prime and square it, and minus twenty,
And you’ll get the digit, break’s a
plenty!

Figuring out the one’s place,

Shall be no fun at all,

Sum the first 3 squares, add one,
subtract 16, and add 7! (Including 0)

That’ll give you the answer quick!!

Last but not least, my hundreds digit,

Not an easy one,

Take (400- the first 3 primes-386),

And you’ve got it done!!

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