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# Data sufficiency - Number system

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Data sufficiency - Number system  [#permalink]

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If x,y and d are integers and d is odd, are both x and y divisible by d?

(1) x+y is divisible by d.
(2) x-y is divisible by d.

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Re: Data sufficiency - Number system  [#permalink]

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28 Sep 2017, 19:06
rever08 wrote:
If x,y and d are integers and d is odd, are both x and y divisible by d?

(1) x+y is divisible by d.
(2) x-y is divisible by d.

Hi rever08,

Please find below the discussion for this question:
https://gmatclub.com/forum/if-x-y-and-d ... 29028.html
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28 Sep 2017, 19:11
pushpitkc wrote:
rever08 wrote:
If x,y and d are integers and d is odd, are both x and y divisible by d?

(1) x+y is divisible by d.
(2) x-y is divisible by d.

Hi rever08,

Please find below the discussion for this question:
https://gmatclub.com/forum/if-x-y-and-d ... 29028.html

Hi,

The topic is closed for discussion and that's the reason I posted it here. I believe the answer must be E whereas the closed forum mentions it to be C. Hence, re-posted the question!
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28 Sep 2017, 20:09
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rever08 wrote:
pushpitkc wrote:
rever08 wrote:
If x,y and d are integers and d is odd, are both x and y divisible by d?

(1) x+y is divisible by d.
(2) x-y is divisible by d.

Hi rever08,

Please find below the discussion for this question:
if-x-y-and-d-are-integers-and-d-is-odd-are-both-x-and-y-29028.html

Hi,

The topic is closed for discussion and that's the reason I posted it here. I believe the answer must be E whereas the closed forum mentions it to be C. Hence, re-posted the question!

Here is an open discussion of this question: if-x-y-and-d-are-integers-and-d-is-odd-are-both-x-and-y-128469.html

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P.S. The correct answer is C.

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