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ID: GRE-NEQ-20
Section: Quantitative Reasoning - Numeric Entry
Topics: Algebra; Linear equations
Difficulty level: Medium

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A three-digit number is such that the sum of the unit's digit and the hundred's digit is equal to the ten's digit. If the sum of the digits is 12, what is the largest such number, if none of the digits are zero?

Numeric Answer:

General Hint: Enter the answer as an integer or a decimal in a single answer box. If two answer boxes are given, enter the answer as a fraction, with one box being the numerator and the other being the denominator. Read carefully whether the answer should rounded and make sure you round to the required degree of accuracy. Do not enter any symbols or characters in the box(es) provided.