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Negative Prime Numbers - Is this possible?

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Does the GMAT include negative numbers in prime number consideration? (Review OA before voting!)

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I'm currently working in the Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review 2015 book and question 3 (page 153) in the DS section is;

If n is an integer, then n is divisible by how many positive integers?

(1) n is the product of two different prime numbers.
(2) n and \(2^3\) are each divisible by the same number of positive integers.
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New post 09 Jul 2018, 23:58
sdilley wrote:
I'm currently working in the Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review 2015 book and question 3 (page 153) in the DS section is;

If n is an integer, then n is divisible by how many positive integers?

(1) n is the product of two different prime numbers.
(2) n and \(2^3\) are each divisible by the same number of positive integers.


This question is discussed here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/if-n-is-an-i ... 64964.html In case of any doubts please post there.

As for you questions: only positive integers can be primes. This is generally true, not only for the GMAT. GMAT doe snot have its won math.

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