What number am I? word problems

Anonymous
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It is a six digit number. There is no repetition of digits.

It is divisible by five and is more than 300,000.

The digit in the hundreds place is three more than that the digit in the ones place.

The digit in the ten thousands place is three times the digit in the hundred thousands place.

The digit in the thousands place is half the value of the digit in the hundreds place.

The difference between thee digits in the tens place and in the thousands place is two.

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