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If m and n are integers, is m + n divisible by 3?

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If m and n are integers, is m + n divisible by 3?

(1) (m + n)/2 is divisible by 3.
(2) m is divisible by 3.


Statement 1 : (m + n)/2 is divisible by 3 -----

If the number is divisible by 3, then the twice of the number will also be divisible by 3. So Statement 1 is SUFFICIENT .

Statement 2 : m is divisible by 3 -------

We cannot determine the value of n by this statement . n can be any value like 1 or 2 or 3..etc . So Statement 2 is NOT SUFFICIENT .

So , correct answer is A .
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(m+n)/2=3*x, where x is >=1
m+n=6x follows that m+n is divisible by 3
Sufficient
(2) no information about n so insufficient

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