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1. There is a 3 digit no. The sum of the digits is 10. Middle digit= sum of other two digits. Also, when the first n last digits are swapped keeping middle digit as it is, the no. obtained would be 99 greater than the original. Find the no

Answer is Simple as it is..
That number is 253

Cross check now..
First and Last Digit Sum means: 2+3=5 means middle Digit
After interchanging place it's 352
So, 352-253=99
Got it..

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