# CAT 2013 | Question: 11

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Sujith looked at the six-digit number on his CAT admit card and said "If I multiply the first two digits with three, I get all ones. If I multiply the next two digits with six, I get all twos. If I multiply the last two digits $9$, I get all threes”. What is the sum of the digits of the number on Sujith's admit card?

1. $30$
2. $33$
3. $60$
4. $45$

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