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# If p, q and r are integers, and pq + r is an even integer, is p even?

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If p, q and r are integers, and pq + r is an even integer, is p even?  [#permalink]

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20 Mar 2018, 07:20
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If p, q and r are integers, and pq + r is an even integer, is p an even integer?

(1) pq + pr is an even integer.
(2) p + qr is an odd integer.

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Re: If p, q and r are integers, and pq + r is an even integer, is p even?  [#permalink]

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20 Mar 2018, 07:45
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prashants412 wrote:
If p, q and r are integers, and pq + r is an even integer, is p an even integer?

(1) pq + pr is an even integer.
(2) p + qr is an odd integer.

Discussed here: if-p-q-and-r-are-integers-and-pq-r-253391.html Hope it helps.

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