My father is a mathteacher and as such he regards asking tricky questions and playing *mathematical* pranks on me once in a while as part of his parental duty.

So today before leaving home he sneaked into my room and took the book I am currently reading!

The book is quite old and damaged with one or two pages torn out and as I checked my phone in the morning I find a message along the lines of this:

[A picture of him proudly grinning and holding a torn out page in his hand]

Dear Levix, if you want to know where your book lies then tell me: What page am I holding when the sum of all remaining page numbers (without those 2 he is holding) is equal to $81707$? :)

Can anybody provide any advice? (it would be awesome if we could find a general solution to stick it to the man for good. ;) )

Update: First, I want to thank you all for your kind effort and for helping me out so rapidly! I enjoyed your intelligible answers so much that I couldn't resist to use this knowledge against him :) The final response I gave was that If the sum of all remaining page numbers had been my birthday than the last 2 digits + 10 (32 **41**, 32 **42**) would have added up to the
page numbers of the turn out page he was holding. I not only got my book back - I also received a great big hug. So thank you!

(Pluspoints if you can calculate my birthday)