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Q2: A number has two digits. The digit at ten’s place is four times the digit at units place. If 54 is Subtracted from the number,

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Q2: A number has two digits. The digit at ten’s place is four times the digit at units place. If 54 is Subtracted from the number,

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Q2: A number has two digits. The digit at ten’s place is four times the digit at units place. If 54 is Subtracted from the number, digits are reveresed Find the number? the

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Answer:so big answer to write

Step-by-step explanation:good question

Answer:Step-by-step explanation:Let the number be x

So

First its ten’s digit is 4 times the units place

[4×10+1]X=41x

or the other combination

(8×10+2)X=82x

82-54=28 is the reverse of number…

So 82 is that number…

Its logical approach…not acutal one

AND

let the two digit no be 10x + y

according to the question:

4x = y

also,

(10x + y ) – 54 = 10y + x

on solving this

9x – 9y = 54

taking 9 common:

9( x-y) = 54

substituting 4x = y

x-4x= 6

-3x = 6

x= -2

y = 8

so the no is 28 or -28

Hope it will help you out