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Two consequtive multiples of a number add up to 184. The number is?

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 [#permalink] New post 13 Mar 2004, 17:47
Ans: 12

M * (2N + 1) = 184

M is a multiple
N is one of the number

Solving the above eqn, We get N = 11,
So, N is one of 11, 12 or 10.
Only 12 is in the choice
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2004, 16:39
Can be 8 too
two consecutive multiple of a number..
8*11=88
8*12=96
sum is 184
so the number can be 8
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Mar 2004, 17:52
Sunni can you please post the correct answer, and the reasoning. I am having a hard time just understanding the question.
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Re: PS. 17 [#permalink] New post 18 May 2004, 13:12
sunniboy007 wrote:
Two consequtive multiples of a number add up to 184. The number is?

4
12
8
23
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divide 184 with all options to see if we get an odd number. two consequtive multiples will ad up to an odd number. answer is 8. 184/8=23
11*8+12*8=184
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