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# If k is an even integer and p and r are odd integers, which of the fol

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If k is an even integer and p and r are odd integers, which of the following CANNOT be an integer?

(A) r/k

(B) k/p

(C) p/r

(D) kp/r

(E) kr/p

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09 Jan 2019, 04:01
Bunuel wrote:
If k is an even integer and p and r are odd integers, which of the following CANNOT be an integer?

(A) r/k

(B) k/p

(C) p/r

(D) kp/r

(E) kr/p

odd integer divided by even would not give an integer is in option A
IMO A
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14 Feb 2019, 01:12
Let p and r = 1 (since they'e odd)
The question becomes:

(A) 1/k

(B) k/1

(C) 1/1

(D) k/1

(E) k/1

All choices B C D E will be an integer if p and r = 1.
Therfore, only A is never an integer (we have eliminated all other chocies)
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