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Friends ..i also do not agree with the answer, E may be the answer. In statement (2) we cannot assume anything unless the problem says something like N is a single prime digit less than 10 and greater than 5.. if not we end up with two answers 2,3,5 gives False and 7 gives True, Hence Insuff.

Btw he Source of this problem and answer is from Conquering Mcgraw hill GMAT Math Quant. Its a sample test from previous GMAT questions.

Last edited by zz0vlb on 29 Apr 2010, 04:11, edited 1 time in total.

In statement 1: 1<=N<=9 thus we don't know so Insufficient

Statement 2:One digit prime = 2,3,5,7 If N = 2,3,5 we get NO N is not greater than 6, however if N = 7 (which is an option) we get YES N is greater than 6. The statements conflict NS

Together - Statement 1 adds nothing to Statement 2 thus together they are NS

E

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