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If 3x + 5y =100 and x and y are integers, what is the least

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If 3x + 5y =100 and x and y are integers, what is the least possible value of x?

1) x and y are both positive
2) the least possible integral value of x is an odd number
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I am little confused in 'least possible value of x?'.. can X take - values? if no than B alone is sufficient , else A + B (C) is write answer

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If 3x + 5y =100 and x and y are integers, what is the least possible value of x?

1) x and y are both positive
2) the least possible integral value of x is an odd number


IMO A

1) since x and y are both positive and x can be positive multiple of 5 or 10 since y is an integer ,x = 5 is the least possible value SUFFI

2)again ere x can be multiple of 5 or 10 ,+ve or -ve since here we want least hence lest negative which can be any hence cannot determine !!!INSUFFI

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amitdgr wrote:
If 3x + 5y =100 and x and y are integers, what is the least possible value of x?

1) x and y are both positive
2) the least possible integral value of x is an odd number


x is lease when y is max

from 1 ( both +ve)

x = 100-5y / 3 = 5(20-y)/ 3 thus 20-y must be a multiple of 3 , least +ve multiple of 3 = 3 itself

y = 17 then x = 5, y at any higher value will yeild a non intiger x....suff

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odd can be +ve or -ve.......insuff

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