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# manhattan gmat ds challenge

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Factor Frenzy
Does the integer p have an odd number of distinct factors?
(1) , where q is a nonzero integer.
(2) , where n is a nonzero integer.
plz explain

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26 Jan 2006, 11:29
mand-y wrote:
Factor Frenzy
Does the integer p have an odd number of distinct factors?
(1) , where q is a nonzero integer.
(2) , where n is a nonzero integer.
plz explain

thanks

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I am sure that some info is missing)) Or I am dumb))
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26 Jan 2006, 23:45
I don't see where q and n came in. Did you miss out some formula or words explaining their relationship with p?

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