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06 Apr 2009, 23:48
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can anyone help me with this question

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08 Apr 2009, 05:37
My ans is D.

Explanation:
St 1 says that x is a multiple of 3, but is an odd no.(as it gives remainder 1 when divided by 2). So, x/3 will be an odd no too because only odd no multiplied by 3 can produce an odd no.
Now, x/6 can also be written as (x/3)/2 ..... or (an odd no)/2, which always will give 1 as remainder.

St 2 says x is of the form 12k+3, as 12 is divisible by 6, hence remainder will always be 3.

Hence the question can be answered by each statement alone.
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13 Apr 2009, 20:31
Each is sufficient.

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