fozzzy wrote:

How do you solve this one?

(1) The hundreds digit of 10n is 6

SUFFICIENT: If Hundred's place of 10n = 6 then Ten's place of n must be 6

e.g. n=68 tens place 6,

10n=680, hundreds place is 6

(2) The tens digit of n+1 is 7

INSUFFICIENT: If n=69; n+1=70 OR If n=77; n+1=77; i.e. n can have both 6 or 7 as tens place.

Hence choice(A) is the answer. _________________

Thanks,

PraPon

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