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2ab5 is a four digit number. What is the value of the two digit number

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2ab5 is a four digit number. What is the value of the two digit number ab?

1. The two digit number ab is a multiple of 13.

2. The four digit number 2ab5 is divisible by 25
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2ab5 is a four digit number. What is the value of the two digit number ab?

1. The two digit number ab is a multiple of 13.

2. The four digit number 2ab5 is divisible by 25


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