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A two-digit number becomes five-sixth of itself when its digits are reversed. The two digits differ by one.

The number is

 

(a)

45

(b)

54

(c)

56

(d)

65


Question ID - 54115 | Toppr Answer

A two-digit number becomes five-sixth of itself when its digits are reversed. The two digits differ by one.

The number is

 

(a)

45

(b)

54

(c)

56

(d)

65

1 Answer - 5876 Votes

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Answer Key : (b) -

Since the number reduces on reversing the digits, so ten’s digit is greater than the unit’s digit. let the unit’s digit be

Then, ten’s digit =

Hence, the required number = 54.



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