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If h and j are positive integers, is j a multiple of 9? (1)

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29 Sep 2008, 01:40
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If h and j are positive integers, is j a multiple of 9?

(1) 9 is a factor of 6 + 3h
(2) 4 + j = 3h
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29 Sep 2008, 03:20
mrinal2100 wrote:
If h and j are positive integers, is j a multiple of 9?

(1) 9 is a factor of 6 + 3h
(2) 4 + j = 3h

is j = 9x,

from one obviously insuff

from 2

j = 3h-4 impossible to be devisible by 9

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29 Sep 2008, 04:22
Statement 1 is NOT sufficient
since it doesnt say anything about "j"

Statement 2 is sufficient
since 3h-4 can never be divisible by 9

HENCE, B
Re: Di qst   [#permalink] 29 Sep 2008, 04:22
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