40

that is 42

48.

9063

That means multiply it by 2. If your tens digit is 3, your ones digit is 6.

21 ================ 21 doesn't satisfy the conditions at all, since you can't get ' 1 ' by doubling ' 2 '. I'll suggest that you can be either 12 or 24 .

63 How did you get this answer? The tens digit must be six. The ones digit must be half that, therefore three.

3 more than 5 is 8, so the tens digit is 8. The tens digit is,double the number of the ones digit, so divide 8 by 2 and you get 4. If you double 4 it is 8 so, the number is 84.

If you can ask this question, the answer is obvious. Between the ages of 41 and 49, the only age where the 4 (tens digit) is twice the ones digit is at age 42. Four is two doubled you know....

31.5

I am a four digit number. My tens digit is 2 more than my ones digit. My hundreds and thousands digit are both 1 less than my ones digit. What number can i be?

How about 63 which would comply with the given criteria.

Not sure what you're asking, but here are some examples of numbers that have a tens digit less than the ones digit: 13, 205, 1367, 29.632

The ones digit is 5 less than 10 (10-5=5) The tens digit is 2 more than the ones digit (5+2=7) The entire number is less than 200. It could be either "75" or "175", but is probably "175" or they would have said that the entire number was less than 100.

22621, 44742, 66863, 88984

998

22621, 44742, 66863, 88984

2,241 because you double the digits

3.5

842

194

97.97 is less than 100 and more than 89.the tens digit (which is 9) is two more than the ones digit (which is 7)

74

97

97