the number of different positive two-digit whole numbers is a) 90 b) 91 c) 99 d) 89 can somebody please explain to me what the question means?

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the number of different positive two-digit whole numbers is a) 90 b) 91 c) 99 d) 89 can somebody please explain to me what the question means?

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is there more to it? the choices seem to suggest there's a value before them
two digits ---> two numbers whole numbers --> no decimals, just integers different positive ---> both of them are positive, not negative, and they're not equal so in short, sounds like as if asking for factors of whatever value
that is the only thing i have

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looks very ambiguous..... so.. I'd either skip for now, till you get a clarification and email your teacher for one :)
i don't have my teacher's email lol

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