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Edward H. White, the first astronaut to spend 20 minutes free-floating in space, had to wear a special suit to protect him from heat, radiation, and particles. the number of layers in his suit is the number that is the only palindrome between 12 and 30. how many layers did his suit have?

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  1. 22 layers

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