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-- "The sum of a two-digit number" is unclear. I took it to mean

"The sum of the digits of a two-digit number."

-- "... the product ?" is unclear. Are you looking for the product of the two digits,

or the product of the forward and backward numbers ?

-- It's not possible to write a number whose two digits sum to 12 and whose

reverse exceeds it by 25. The tens digit would have to be 4.611... and the units

digit would have to be 7.388... .

Then

(4.611...) + (7.388...) = 12

(46.111...) + (7.388...) = 53.5

(73.888...) + (4.611...) = 78.5

Difference = 25

So, the number can't be written, but ...

The product of its two digits is 34.071 (rounded)

The product of the forward and reverse numbers is 4,199.75 (rounded)

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There isn't one. The only two digit numbers whose sum of digits is 12 are: 39, 48, 57, 66. (I didn't include 75, 84, or 93 since interchanging their digits and subtracting from the original number will be a negative result.) None of the four remaining numbers will exceed the original by 25. 66 won't work since the difference will be zero. Using 39, the new number (93) will exceed the original by 54; using 48 the difference will be 36; and using 57 the difference will be 18

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Two of them.

It is 11.

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There isn't one. The only two digit numbers whose sum of digits is 12 are: 39, 48, 57, 66. (I didn't include 75, 84, or 93 since interchanging their digits and subtracting from the original number will be a negative result.) None of the four remaining numbers will exceed the original by 25. 66 won't work since the difference will be zero. Using 39, the new number (93) will exceed the original by 54; using 48 the difference will be 36; and using 57 the difference will be 18

Mutilply the values of the digits.

The digits product of two digit has number four

An International Article Number, also called an ean-13, has 13 digits. The original Universal Product Code has 12 digits. The barcode became a part of daily life with the supermarket.

two

88

52 is a number whose digits have a product of 10.

from 3 digits (10x10) to 4 digits (99X99)

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49 ( + 45 = 94)

To total 17 the two digits must be 8 and 9! The original number was 98.

You had me until "product." The product of 4 digits can't be prime.

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