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# If n and k are positive integers, is n/k an even integer?

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01 Oct 2008, 01:44
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If n and k are positive integers, is n/k an even integer?
(1) n is divisible by 8.
(2) k is divisible by 4.

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01 Oct 2008, 02:12
(1) insufficient
(2) insufficient

(1) & (2), n/k

If k = 16, n = 8, n/k is not integer
if k = 8, n = 16, n/k is even integer

=> insufficient

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Re: GMAT SET 16 - 2 [#permalink]

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01 Oct 2008, 22:46
nikhilpoddar wrote:
If n and k are positive integers, is n/k an even integer?
(1) n is divisible by 8.
(2) k is divisible by 4.

n/k is even integer

1) n=8p does not help since no info abt k

2)k is div by 4 k=4q no clue about n hence insuffi

1) and 2) n/k=2(p/q) => p/q ca be fraction integer hence INSUFFI

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