MATH

I am a number between 0.23 and 0.31. I have 3 digits. All of my numbers are the same. What number am I?

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1. Since the first digit must be 2 or 3, and 0.222 and 0.333 are outside the range, there appears to be no answer.

Perhaps another teacher will correct me.

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2. I agree with drwls

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