In a two digit number, the digit in the unit's place is twice the digit in the ten's place and the number obtained by

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Q 1514712659.     In a two digit number, the digit in
the unit's place is twice the digit in
the ten's place and the number
obtained by interchanging the
digits is more than the original
number by 27. What is 50% of
the original number?
SBI-PO 2005
A

`38`

B

`28`

C

`19`

D

`18`

E

None of these

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