In a threedigit number, the digit in the unit’s place is 75% of the digit in the ten’s place. The digit in the ten’s place is greater than the digit in the hundred’s place by 1. If the sum of the digits in the ten’s place and the hundred’s place is 15, what is the number? 


(a) 
687 
(b) 
786 
(c) 
795 
(d) 
Cannot be determined 
In a threedigit number, the digit in the unit’s place is 75% of the digit in the ten’s place. The digit in the ten’s place is greater than the digit in the hundred’s place by 1. If the sum of the digits in the ten’s place and the hundred’s place is 15, what is the number? 


(a) 
687 
(b) 
786 
(c) 
795 
(d) 
Cannot be determined 
Let the hundred’s digit =
Then, ten’s digit =
Unit digit = 75% of
So, hundred’s digit = 7; ten’s digit = 8; unit digit =
Hence, the required number = 786