In a threedigit number, the digit in the units place is 4 times the digit in the hundreds place. If the digits in the units place and tens place are interchanged, the new number so formed is 18 more than the original number. If the digits in the hundreds place is onethird of the digit in the tens place, what is the original number? 


(a) 
268 
(b) 
276 
(c) 
269 
(d) 
278 
In a threedigit number, the digit in the units place is 4 times the digit in the hundreds place. If the digits in the units place and tens place are interchanged, the new number so formed is 18 more than the original number. If the digits in the hundreds place is onethird of the digit in the tens place, what is the original number? 


(a) 
268 
(b) 
276 
(c) 
269 
(d) 
278 
Let the digit in hundreds place be
Then, digit in the units place = And, the digit in the tens place =
Original number =
Number formed on interchanging the unit’s and ten’s digits =
Hence, the original number =