# Math

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When I am rounded to the nearest 10, I am 80. The sum of the two digits is 15. What number am I?

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75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84

Which of those numbers have digits that add up to 15?

when i am rounded to the nearest hundred, i am 400. The digit in my tens place is 4 more than the digit in my hundreds place. the digits in my hundreds place and ones place are the same. what number am i?

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