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a,b,c three consecutive even integer! is abc divisable by 3

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a,b,c three consecutive even integer! is abc divisable by 3 [#permalink]

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12 Jun 2006, 21:23
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a,b,c three consecutive even integer! is abc divisable by 3 ?

Confuse with answer! off course, for most cases this seems easy to solve! 2,4,6... 4,6,8..

but what about -2,0,2... 0 is even integer so this is valid pair...is 0 divisable by 3?
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Re: number property ( zero's property) [#permalink]

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12 Jun 2006, 21:43
chiragr wrote:
a,b,c three consecutive even integer! is abc divisable by 3 ?

Confuse with answer! off course, for most cases this seems easy to solve! 2,4,6... 4,6,8..

but what about -2,0,2... 0 is even integer so this is valid pair...is 0 divisable by 3?

yes, 0 is divisible by all integers/numbers.
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Re: number property ( zero's property) [#permalink]

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12 Jun 2006, 21:52
Professor wrote:
chiragr wrote:
a,b,c three consecutive even integer! is abc divisable by 3 ?

Confuse with answer! off course, for most cases this seems easy to solve! 2,4,6... 4,6,8..

but what about -2,0,2... 0 is even integer so this is valid pair...is 0 divisable by 3?

yes, 0 is divisible by all integers/numbers.

true 0 is divisible by one and all.
Re: number property ( zero's property)   [#permalink] 12 Jun 2006, 21:52
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