Here's a possible interpretation.
Looking at the quiz linked in comments to the OP we find the following questions, with Q21 being the question from the OP:
- What is the smallest number to 2 decimal places that can be rounded to 20?
- What is the largest number to 2 decimal places that can be rounded to 20?
- What is the largest possible difference between 10 & 20 to 2 decimal places?
I think that Q21 is meant to follow from the answers to Q19 and Q20, but the questions are badly worded and open to interpretation.
Is $19.50$ the answer to Q19 (the smallest number to two decimal places that rounds to the integer $20$)? Or is it $19.995$ (the smallest number that, when rounded to two decimal places, gives $20.00$)?
Similarly, does Q20 give $20.49$ or $20.00499999...$?
Suppose we take the first alternative in both cases, with the equivalent answer for the value $10$. Then I think the intended answer for Q21 would be:
I do think the question is intended to highlight rounding up and rounding down. It just does so very poorly.