In a two digit number, the ten’s digit is three times the units digit.
Find this two digit number.
Ans:
We can do this problem by algebraic method.
Let x be the unit's place digit.
Then the ten's place digit is 3x
Also, the number is
When interchanging their digits, the new number will be 10x+3x
So, when 36 is subtracted from the number,
That is units place digit is 2. So then's place digit is 3 times 2 =6
Therefore the number is 62.
Hope you understood this
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