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Can the positive integer p be expressed as the product of two integers, each of which is greater than 1?

Stmt. 1 31 < p < 37 stmt. 2 p is odd

I don't agree with the OA.

Stmt 1: p can be 32,33,34,35,36 each of which has atleast two factors other than 1 and number itself. Hence sufficient. Stmt 2: p is odd so can be 1,3,5,7,.... now we can not be sure to express it as product of two integers when p is odd hence insufficient. Therefore its A. Please mentin the OA.

Can the positive integer p be expressed as the product of two integers, each of which is greater than 1?

Stmt. 1 31 < p < 37 stmt. 2 p is odd

I don't agree with the OA.

Stmt 1: p can be 32,33,34,35,36 each of which has atleast two factors other than 1 and number itself. Hence sufficient. Stmt 2: p is odd so can be 1,3,5,7,.... now we can not be sure to express it as product of two integers when p is odd hence insufficient. Therefore its A. Please mentin the OA.

The question asks Can the positive integer p be expressed as product of of two integers?

Stmt 1 Sufficient (without any doubt)

Stmt 2 now i know we cannot take prime numbers here because both integers shuld be greater than one but any number like 12, 15 etc can be product of two integers greater than one

Because the question asks "Can" , then my answer is "yes it can be"

The question asks Can the positive integer p be expressed as product of of two integers?

Stmt 1 Sufficient (without any doubt)

Stmt 2 now i know we cannot take prime numbers here because both integers shuld be greater than one but any number like 12, 15 etc can be product of two integers greater than one

Because the question asks "Can" , then my answer is "yes it can be"

So IMO D

Any more suggestions?

But there are cases where it is not possible hence it is A. In case of DS questions the answer has to absolute, in current case the question asks "Can" so answer whatever it is has to be true for all cases or false for all cases for a statement to be sufficient else statement is insufficient.

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