\[\begin{eqnarray} 23 \times 64 = 32 \times 46 \\ 36 \times 42 = 63 \times 24 \\ 26 \times 31 = 62 \times 13 \end{eqnarray} \]

We call a pair of 2-digit positive integers *reversible* if their product remains the same when we reverse the digits in both integers.

The above shows that the pairs \((23,64), (36,42), (26,31) \) are reversible.

Which of the following is **not** reversible?

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