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# DS : Even/Odd Qn

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17 Apr 2006, 04:05
If m is an integer, is m Odd?

1. m/2 is NOT an even integer

2. m - 3 is an even integer

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17 Apr 2006, 04:44
Hi Sheetal,
Welcome to GMAT club! This is a great place to imrove on your gmat skills. However, please make sure that you post your questions in the right forum. This is a forum for verbal questions. There is another forum for quant. You can post your question there. Happy learning!
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17 Apr 2006, 05:57
Ok just before the mod moves it:

1. m/2 is Not an even interger: insufficent. m can be, say, 6 or 7
2. m-3 is even -> m is odd

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18 Apr 2006, 01:08
Agreed B!
18 Apr 2006, 01:08
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