Madhavi1990 wrote:

For me, it was a tricky one; my quant skills

St 1: 1/m into A = B. So, m = always a decimal that gives integer. 1/0.5; 1/0.25; 1/0.125..into any integer that gives NEW integer, then m = decimal. SUFF

St 2: 1/m into A = any integer (A,B,C). However this can only happen is 1/m is reciprocal of 1 (I tried other combinations, it didn't work) so M = 1; and integer.

SUFF

Ans D.

Ans D.

can you please explain how A works. For eg.

if m is 3/5

and its reciprocal being 5/3....now when this is multiplied by 15 (integer) result is integer 25

for B

Any fraction added to an integer wont yield a integer, so m has to be an integer.

Also questions says MX is not equal to X.....so technically M can be any value