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For how many positive two-digit integers is the ones digit greater than twice the tens digit?

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The correct answer is (A). If the tens digit is , there are  positive two-digit integers with the ones digit greater than twice the tens digit:  and . If the tens digit is , there are  positive two-digit integers with the ones digit greater than twice the tens digit:  and . If the tens digit is , there are  positive two-digit integers with the ones digit greater than twice the tens digit:  and . If the tens digit is , there is  positive two-digit integer with the ones digit greater than twice the tens digit: . If the tens digit is equal to or greater than , then the ones digits, which cannot be greater than , is not greater than twice the tens digit. Therefore, there is a total of  positive two-digit integers for which the ones digit is greater than twice the tens digit.

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