Clue 1: I am less than 1,000.
Clue 2: the sum of my 2 digits is 26
Clue 3: my ones digit is 8
Who am I?

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  1. 26=8+18


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  2. clue 1 the number has2 digits clue2 the number has 13as a factor clue3 the sum of the digit of the number is 11 who am i

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