The following question consists of three statements I, II and III are given below. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

What is the sum of the digits of the two-digit number?

I. The ratio between the ten’s digit and the unit’s digit of the number is 3:2

II. The number obtained on revering the order of its digits is 18 less than the original number.

III. The product of the digits is 24.

(a) Any two of the three (b) I only or II and III only

(c) All I, II and III (d) I and II only

The following question consists of three statements I, II and III are given below. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

What is the sum of the digits of the two-digit number?

I. The ratio between the ten’s digit and the unit’s digit of the number is 3:2

II. The number obtained on revering the order of its digits is 18 less than the original number.

III. The product of the digits is 24.

(a) Any two of the three (b) I only or II and III only

(c) All I, II and III (d) I and II only

1 Answer

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I. Let the ten’s digit be and the unit’s digit be

II.

III.

Thus, any two of the three will give the answer.

127 votes

127