Problem #7

Find a Pythagorean triple such that the decimal representation of the length
of the hypotenuse is the reverse of that of one of the legs (for example, 321
is the reverse of 123).

Find a Pythagorean triple such that the decimal representation of the length
of one leg is the reverse of that of the other leg.

What about examples in bases other than base 10?
The solution will be posted shortly.
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