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I am sure Bunuel's explanation should have cleared your doubts, if there was any. But I pretty much followed the same what Bunuel explained.

Z = A.bcde

From stem, we should be able to find the value of 'c'

1. 100Z = A.bcde * 100 = Abc.de => tenth digit of 100z = d = 2, Not Sufficient to find the value of C 2. 100Z = A.bcde * 1000 = Abcd.e => units digit of 1000Z = d = 2, Not Sufficient to find the value of C

Both 1 and 2 are talking about 1000th digit of Z, which is Z. Hence, together 1 and 2, as well, we can not find the value of 100th digit of Z.

(1) The tenths digit of 100z is 2 (2) The units digits of 100z is 2

Let the number, z be x.abcde. We need to find the hundredths digit of the decimal z which is the value of b. Statement 1: 100z = xab.cde Given the tenth digit of 100z is 2 and hence c is 2.

Statement 2: 100z = xab.cde. Given the units digits of 100z is 2 and hence b is 2.

Statement 2 is alone sufficient to answer this question. Answer B. _________________

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Re: What is the hundredths digit of the decimal z? [#permalink]
12 Jan 2014, 06:06

If it is asking for what is the hundredths digit of decimal z, isn't z just a digit between 0-9? In that case, isn't isn't any other digit besides the units digit of z=0? e.g. z= 09.00?

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