amanvermagmat wrote:

Which digit is at the hundredth place of a positive number X?

(1) Y = 10*X, and when Y is rounded off to nearest tenth the result is 2176.5

(2) Z = X/10, and when Z is rounded off to nearest hundredth the result is 21.76

Statement 1: \(y=10x =>x=\frac{y}{10}\)

therefore, \(x=\frac{2176.5}{10}=217.65\)

Now the hundredths digit \(5\) is a rounded off digit so the original hundredths digit could be \(4\) or \(5\).

InsufficientStatement 2: \(z=\frac{x}{10}=>x=10z\)

therefore, \(x=21.76*10=217.6\). From this we have no idea about hundredths digit.

InsufficientCombining 1 & 2: we get two values of hundredths digit \(4\) or \(5\). Hence

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