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If m is a positive integer with k nonzero digits and no other digits. Which digits appear in the number m?

(1) The sum of the digits is k
(2) k = 3

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If m is a positive integer with k nonzero digits and no other digits. Which digits appear in the number m?

(1) The sum of the digits is k
(2) k = 3


Given m is a positive number composed of k digits.
consider 1) sum of digits is k.
if m is just one digit then m has to be 1, so that k is 1 and sum of digits is k = 1,
similarly if m is 2 digit, then m has to be 11, so that k is 2 and sum is 1+1 = 2
so "which digits appear in the number m" is always 1, Hence select A and D

consider 2) k =3 , which can be from 111 to 999, except for ones with zeros in it. So not sufficient. Eliminate D.

Answer is A
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duahsolo wrote:
If m is a positive integer with k nonzero digits and no other digits. Which digits appear in the number m?

(1) The sum of the digits is k
(2) k = 3


Given m is a positive number composed of k digits.
consider 1) sum of digits is k.
if m is just one digit then m has to be 1, so that k is 1 and sum of digits is k = 1,
similarly if m is 2 digit, then m has to be 11, so that k is 2 and sum is 1+1 = 2
so "which digits appear in the number m" is always 1, Hence select A and D

consider 2) k =3 , which can be from 111 to 999, except for ones with zeros in it. So not sufficient. Eliminate D.

Answer is A


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