More Problems on Linear Systems and Matrices

Problem. Let $N$ be a three-digit number such that

1. $N$ is equal to fifteen times the sum of its digits.
2. If the digits are reversed, then the new number is equal to $N$ plus 396.
3. The one's digit is one larger than the sum of the other digits.
Use linear systems to find $N$.


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