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While going thru a forum , i came across this uestion with [#permalink] New post 14 Jun 2008, 02:03
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While going thru a forum , i came across this uestion with the explanation given below:
What is the least value of the three digit integer y?

1) the sum of the three digits is 5
2) y is divisible by 5

From statement (1), we're told the sum of the three digits is 5. The least value will therefore be in the range of 100+. 104 should therefore be the smallest number. Statement (1) is sufficient.

From statement (2), were told y is divisible by 5. So the last digit should be either 0 or 5. So the number can either be 100 or 105. Since we're asked for the least value, therefore y has to be 100. Statement (2) is therefore sufficient.

The answer should be D.


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Here, both stems are giving different answers, so wht should we chose as the answer? D or E? pls clear my doubt.
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Re: Wht should we chose when both stems give different answer? [#permalink] New post 14 Jun 2008, 02:07
I will pick D

because the answer varies based on the conditions you apply. The conditions of the Stmt-1 & Stmt-2 are different thus you get different answers.
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Re: Wht should we chose when both stems give different answer? [#permalink] New post 14 Jun 2008, 02:12
ok, thats fine. If from the same condition, we get two answers, then should we chose E?
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I will pick D

because the answer varies based on the conditions you apply. The conditions of the Stmt-1 & Stmt-2 are different thus you get different answers.
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Re: Wht should we chose when both stems give different answer? [#permalink] New post 14 Jun 2008, 02:15
Yes, if you can get one specific value with the same condition then I would go with E
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