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Bunuel wrote:
If N is a positive, three-digit integer, what is the hundreds digit of N?

(1) The hundreds digit of N + 120 is 7.

(2) The tens digit of N + 15 is 9.


1) Minimum value of N = 700 -120 = 580. Highest value of N = 799 -120 = 679. Two options. Not sufficient.
2) NO Information about unit or hundreds digit. Not sufficient.
Together, lets take, N= 580+15 =595. Both conditions fullfilled. or N= 679+15 =784. Still not sufficient.
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Would it qualify for 700+?
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AyushAgrawal1005 wrote:
Would it qualify for 700+?


You can check the difficulty level of a questions in the tags above the original post. For this one, the difficulty level is 700+.
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