Posted by **Nate Williams** on Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 1:55pm.

Alice writes an addition problem, adding two 2-digit counting numbers to get a sum of 134.

Bob erases the tens digit of one of Alice's addends, adds again, and gets a sum of 84.

What is the smallest possible value for the larger of Alice's two addends?

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