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# Eight times the sum of the digits of a certain two-digit number exceeds the number by 19. The tens digit is two less than the units digit. Find the number.

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Answer:number is 13Step-by-step explanation:Let the digit at units place is bthe digit at tens place is aThe number is: abNow According to condition: The tens digit is two less than the units digita = b -2 ---------- eq1From the condition: Eight times the sum of the digits of a certain two-digit number exceeds the number by 19. 8(a+b)=10a+b+19
By simplifyingPutting a= b-28a+8b=10(b-2)+b+19
8(b-2)+8b=10b-20+b+19
8b-16+8b=10b-20+b+19
By adding like terms we get:5b=15
Dividing both sides by 5 b = 3Now putting value of b in eq1a = b - 2a = 3 -2 a =1hence the number is : 13i hope it will help you!u=3
t=u-2=1