My ones digit is 2 more than my tens digit and my hundreds is 1 less than my tens. the sun of my digits is 16... What number am I?
asked Aug 28, 2013 in Other Math Topics by julz

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Let ten's place digit = x one's place digit = x+2 hundredth's place digit = x-1 sum of the digits = 16 x-1+x+x+2=16 3x+1=16 3x=16-1 3x=15 x=15/3 x= 5 Required number= 457
answered Aug 28, 2013 by daya44 Level 4 User (5,500 points)
answered Sep 6, 2013 by Mr Chocolate Level 3 User (4,420 points)

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