# Needs a proper solution!

Number Theory Level pending

Let $$S_{k}(a)$$ denote the sum of digits of a number, find the value of number $$(m)$$ such that:

$$S_{k}(m+3)^{3}$$ = $$m^{3}$$

$$S_{k}(m+6)^{3}$$ = $$m^{3}$$

$$S_{k}(m+9)^{3}$$ = $$m^{3}$$

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