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Consider all three-digit numbers that are greater than the sum of the squares of their digits by exactly 543. What are the last three digits of the sum of these numbers?

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    Consider all...
    There are none...
    the sum of a the digits of no number is nothing, or zero.

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    The answer should be 626

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    7,2,8

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