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Medal!!!!!!! If the digits of a three-digit number are reversed in order, then the sum of the new resulting number and the original number comes out to be 665. The difference of the two numbers is 297. The tens’ digit place is two times the hundreds’ place digit. What is the number?

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    I know 2 of the equations are x+y=665 and x-y=297

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