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If x is an integer and y=4x+3, which of the following cannot be a divi

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If x is an integer and \(y=4x+3\), which of the following cannot be a divisor of y?
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(B) 6
(C) 7
(D) 9
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I understand that in this particular case y is always odd, so the only even divisor is obviously an answer, but is there a way how to check that any given number is a divisor of some other number \(y = qx+r\)?
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