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# Need help for a data sufficient problem

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The two-digit positive integer s is the sum of the two-digit positive integers m and n. Is the units digit of s less than the units digit of m?

1) The units digit of s is less than the units digit of n
2) The tens digit of s is not equal to the sum of the tens digits of m and n.

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18 Dec 2017, 22:34
Evaaaaaa wrote:
The two-digit positive integer s is the sum of the two-digit positive integers m and n. Is the units digit of s less than the units digit of m?

1) The units digit of s is less than the units digit of n
2) The tens digit of s is not equal to the sum of the tens digits of m and n.

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19 Dec 2017, 10:52
Evaaaaaa wrote:
The two-digit positive integer s is the sum of the two-digit positive integers m and n. Is the units digit of s less than the units digit of m?

1) The units digit of s is less than the units digit of n
2) The tens digit of s is not equal to the sum of the tens digits of m and n.

Solution: the-two-digit-positive-integer-s-is-the-sum-of-the-two-digit-positive-255735.html#p1982876

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