vinnik wrote:

Thanks PraPon for your reply.

What if the following question was asked :- Are the divisors of x^3 a multiple of the divisors of y^2 ?

then i think answer must be E.

Looking forward to your replies.

Regards

Vinni

Your question "Are the divisors of

x^3 a multiple of the divisors of

y^2 ?" is ambiguous.

However If question asks "Is each divisor of

x^3 a multiple of the divisors of

y^2?" OR "Are all divisors of

x^3 multiple of the divisors of

y^2?", then still the information is SUFFICIENT" to answer the question as NO as you have atleast one fallout/exception case.

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Thanks,

PraPon

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