This week’s puzzle is dedicated to those of you who have written me so kindly in support of the Sunday Morning Puzzle. Keep those cards and letters coming. Valentines are welcome. The puzzle is also dedicated to W. H. Russell.
What are the last two 3-digit numbers that complete, for now, the sequence below?
232, 345, 681, 013, 151, 820, 222, 529, ???, ???.
Hint: The eight 3-digit numbers above are not the real (natural) numbers of the sequence. However, the digits themselves are given in the correct order. (Please don’t be P.O.'d! If the string of digits was broken into the proper numbers I’m sure some of the first-class minds at the SDMB would immediately solve the puzzle. And where’s the fun and challenge in that?)