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A lock can be opened by a specific 3-digit code, where each digit can

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A lock can be opened only by a single specific 3-digit code, where each digit can be one out of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. If the middle digit is the average of the other two digits, then what is the 3-digit code of this lock?

(1) Rightmost digit is 9.

(2) Leftmost digit is not a prime number.
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Ans: E combining the two, we still have two codes possible 999 and 159. Therefore insufficient


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