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# How many odd integers are greater than integer x and less

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06 Jan 2007, 16:53
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How many odd integers are greater than integer x and less than integer y?

1) There are 12 even integers greater than integer x and less than integer y
2) There are 24 integers greater than x and less than y
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06 Jan 2007, 19:20

st2 is sufficient... 24 consecutive integers - must be 12 even and 12 odd.
st1 insuff... 12 even number may imply 12, 13 or 11 odd numbers...

see a thread with similar question on a sequence of consecutive integers for a fuller explanation.
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06 Jan 2007, 20:25
Thanks hobbit.

But st2 does not say "consecutive" i thought? (unless I didnt read it properly..)
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09 Jan 2007, 08:15
I agree answer is B. I don't think "consequitive nos" needs to be mentioned in this questions since it asks the total no. of odd nos between two nos.
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