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I think it might be 27 and 81
• Answer: I thick it is
27 and 81
• Answer: x + x + 9 = 45
2x + 9 = 45
2x = 36
x = 18
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The numbers are 18 and 27.
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Clearly answered by someone who does not know the difference between PERMUTATIONS and COMBINATIONS.

The combination 123456789 is the same as the combination 213456789 etc.
All in all, therefore, there are only ten combinations which use each digit at most once.
• Answer: You can solve this problem algebraically:

(X) + (X+1) + (X+2) + (X+3) = 3990
4X + 6 = 3990
4X + 6 - 6 = 3990 - 6
4X = 3984
4X/4 = 3984/4
X = 996

Therefore, the 4 numbers are
996, 997, 998, 999

996 + 997 + 998 + 999 = 3990
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# Can Karyotypes help pinpoint cases caused by unusual chromosome numbers?

• A karyotype can be valuable in pinpointing cases of unusual chromosome numbers in a cell.

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• Answer: A karyotype can be valuable in pinpointing cases of unusual chromosome numbers in a cell.
• Answer: There are many numbers on the case, you might be referring to the mfrs catalog code - a reference number to identify the release.