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My tens digit is double the ones digit.I am less than 50 and greater than 40

42?

42

7tenes= ones

if you have two ones and double it (2+2) for your tens then you come up with 42.

You are all accurate, being 42

uh...............................................ditto.

42 4 is double 2 and is in between 50 and 40.

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