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# If p, q and r are three consecutive integers, in that order and p>1,

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If p, q and r are three consecutive integers, in that order and p>1,  [#permalink]

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07 Mar 2019, 02:39
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If p, q and r are three consecutive integers, in that order and p>1, is their product divisibility by 4?

I. The average of p, q and r is a multiple of 2
II. qr/p is an integer
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Re: If p, q and r are three consecutive integers, in that order and p>1,  [#permalink]

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07 Mar 2019, 04:47
mangamma wrote:
If p, q and r are three consecutive integers, in that order and p>1, is their product divisibility by 4?

I. The average of p, q and r is a multiple of 2
II. qr/p is an integer

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Re: If p, q and r are three consecutive integers, in that order and p>1,  [#permalink]

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07 Mar 2019, 04:51
mangamma wrote:
If p, q and r are three consecutive integers, in that order and p>1, is their product divisibility by 4?

I. The average of p, q and r is a multiple of 2
II. qr/p is an integer

Discussed here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/if-p-q-and-r ... 59023.html
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Re: If p, q and r are three consecutive integers, in that order and p>1,   [#permalink] 07 Mar 2019, 04:51
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