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1: any prime has 2 +ve factors. insuff. 2: only 2 has 2 factors and their diff is odd. 2 - 1 = 1 1 - 2= -1 suff.

Abhishek.pitti wrote:

if the integer n is greater than 1, is n =2????

1) n has exactly 2 positive factors 2)the difference of any two distinct positive factors of n is odd

OG DS 132. I think the solution in OG for this problem is wrong, Please verify if you think the same.

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2)the difference of any two distinct positive factors of n is odd

as per the rules of Data sufficieny, lets look at statement 2

it says ...DIFFERENCE of ANY TWO DISTINCT POSITIVE factors of N

it doesn't say it has only 2 factors. I would agree to pick only answer B if it said that but it DOESN'T

so shouldn't the answer be C.

Any example?

lets see for 2: factors = 1 and 2 = the diff is l1l. For 3: factors = 1 and 3 = the diff is l2l. For 4: factors = 1, 2 and 4 = the diff are l1l, l2l and l3l. For 5: factors = 1 and 5 = the diff is l4l. For 6: factors = 1, 2, 3 and 6 = the diff are l1l, l2l, l2l, l4l, and l5l.

2)the difference of any two distinct positive factors of n is odd

as per the rules of Data sufficieny, lets look at statement 2

it says ...DIFFERENCE of ANY TWO DISTINCT POSITIVE factors of N

it doesn't say it has only 2 factors. I would agree to pick only answer B if it said that but it DOESN'T

so shouldn't the answer be C.

Any example?

lets see for 2: factors = 1 and 2 = the diff is l1l. For 3: factors = 1 and 3 = the diff is l2l. For 4: factors = 1, 2 and 4 = the diff are l1l, l2l and l3l. For 5: factors = 1 and 5 = the diff is l4l. For 6: factors = 1, 2, 3 and 6 = the diff are l1l, l2l, l2l, l4l, and l5l.

Which one you want to pick?

I guess Abhishek missed the word "any" in - DIFFERENCE of ANY TWO DISTINCT POSITIVE factors of N - I did the same mistake and choose answer 'C'

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