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A two digit sequence

Given a sequence of two digit numbers grouped in brackets as follows (10),(11,20),(12,21,30),(13,23,34,40).......(89,98),(99). The digital sum of the numbers in the bracket having maximum numbers is what?
Question asked by: rushiadhia

Asked on: 31 Aug 2010

Please can you clarify what you are asking. Is it what is the sum of the numbers from 1 - 99?
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Replied at: 05 Sep 2010
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