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# Data sufficiency

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19 Aug 2017, 06:10
Is k^2 odd?

1) k-1 is divisible by 2.
2) the sum of k consecutive integers is divisible by k.

Answer is each statement alone sufficient.

I dont understand second statement clearly. Can someone help me understand second statement. Thank you.

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19 Aug 2017, 06:14
Azimuwed wrote:
Is k^2 odd?

1) k-1 is divisible by 2.
2) the sum of k consecutive integers is divisible by k.

Answer is each statement alone sufficient.

I dont understand second statement clearly. Can someone help me understand second statement. Thank you.

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Discussed here: is-k-2-odd-118591.html

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