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# If n and t are positive integers, is n a factor of t? (1) n

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22 Mar 2005, 14:10
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If n and t are positive integers, is n a factor of t?
(1) n = 3n-z
(2) t = 3n
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22 Mar 2005, 14:25
I say B

1) does not relate n to t so we cannot say.

2) because for all t's (multiples of 3) and 3n's n is factor of t.
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23 Mar 2005, 09:06
I choose B as well
the general formula is
x=n*y+remainder if remainder is 0 y is a factor of y (or n)
right? (do correct me if i'm wrong as always!!)
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23 Mar 2005, 16:35
B here also n as a factor of t, would be t being a multiple of n (right?)
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23 Mar 2005, 22:48
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... ok B
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23 Mar 2005, 22:50
1) Not sufficient. Nothing about t

2) sufficient. t is a multiple of n, so n is a factor of t.
23 Mar 2005, 22:50
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