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If m, n, and p are digits, is (m + n)/p a digit?

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Bunuel wrote:
If m, n, and p are digits, is (m + n)/p a digit?

(1) p > 1
(2) m + n > 2



Question : is (m + n)/p a digit?

Statement 1:: p > 1
(4+6)/2 is a digit
(4+7)/2 is NOT a digit, Hence
NOT SUFFICIENT

Statement 2:: m+n > 2
(4+6)/2 is a digit
(4+7)/2 is NOT a digit, Hence
NOT SUFFICIENT

Combining the two statements
m+n > 2 and p>2
(4+6)/2 is a digit
(4+7)/2 is NOT a digit, Hence
NOT SUFFICIENT

Answer: option E
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For (m + n)/p to be a digit, (m+n) must be a multiple of p

none of the statements corroborates the above. Hence E
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