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# If R & S are consecutive Odd integers, then is R>S?

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If R & S are consecutive Odd integers, then is R>S?

(1) R & S are prime numbers.
(2) 5<R<11

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09 Jan 2011, 05:32
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If R & S are consecutive Odd intergers, then is R>S?
(1) R & S are prime numbers.
(2) 5<R<11

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If R & S are consecutive Odd intergers, then is R>S?

(1) R & S are prime numbers. Clearly insufficient.

(2) 5<R<11 --> R is either 7 or 9, still not sufficient.

(1)+(2) As R is a prime number in the range 5<R<11 then it must be 7. Now, R and S to be consecutive odd integers and S also to be a prime number S must be 5, so S=5<7=R. Sufficient.

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