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Is the positive integer N divisible by 12?
(1) 2N has fewer factors than 3N
(2) 3N has fewer factors than 5N
hey guys can someone explain me this question?
please?
1. This question is discussed here:
https://gmatclub.com/forum/is-the-posit ... 06539.html2. Pure algebraic questions are no longer a part of the
DS syllabus of the GMAT.
DS questions in GMAT Focus encompass various types of word problems, such as:
- Word Problems
- Work Problems
- Distance Problems
- Mixture Problems
- Percent and Interest Problems
- Overlapping Sets Problems
- Statistics Problems
- Combination and Probability Problems
While these questions may involve or necessitate knowledge of algebra, arithmetic, inequalities, etc., they will always be presented in the form of word problems. You won’t encounter pure "algebra" questions like, "Is x > y?" or "A positive integer n has two prime factors..."
Check
GMAT Syllabus for Focus EditionYou can also visit the
Data Sufficiency forum and filter questions by
OG 2024-2025, GMAT Prep (Focus), and Data Insights Review 2024-2025 sources to see the types of questions currently tested on the GMAT.
So, you can ignore this question.Hope it helps.