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Official Solution:
(1) \(m\) is a multiple of 14. Not sufficient as no info about \(n\).
(2) \(n\) is a divisor of 14. Not sufficient as no info about \(m\).
(1)+(2) As from (2) \(n\) is a divisor of 14 then it must be a divisor of every multiple of 14, therefore it's a divisor of \(m\) too. Sufficient.
Answer: C
Please help me clear my confusion:
When statement 2 says that "'n' is a divisor of 14", why did we assume that it is a factor of 14 ?
since it is a divisor, it can or can not completely divide 14 or any of its multiples.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in Advance!!
A divisor = a factor, it's an integer which divides another integer without a remainder.