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GMAT 1: 640 Q45 V35 GMAT 2: 670 Q45 V37 There are N students in a class. When the students are distributed int  [#permalink]

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There are N students in a class. When the students are distributed into groups that contain $$4A$$ number of students each, $$3$$ students are left without a group. When the students are distributed into groups that contain $$\frac{A}{3}$$ number of students each, no students are left without a group.

Which of the following statements is correct?

I) If the students are distributed into groups that contain $$A+1$$ students each, the number of students that are left without a group can be $$2$$
II) If the students are distributed into groups that contain $$3$$ students each, no students are left without
III) If the students are distributed into groups that contain $$12$$ students each, $$9$$ students are left without a group

A) I only
B) II only
C) III only
D) I and II only
E) II and III only

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PriyankaPalit7 wrote:
There are N students in a class. When the students are distributed into groups that contain $$4A$$ number of students each, $$3$$ students are left without a group. When the students are distributed into groups that contain $$\frac{A}{3}$$ number of students each, no students are left without a group.

Which of the following statements is correct?

I) If the students are distributed into groups that contain $$A+1$$ students each, the number of students that are left without a group can be $$2$$
II) If the students are distributed into groups that contain $$3$$ students each, no students are left without
III) If the students are distributed into groups that contain $$12$$ students each, $$9$$ students are left without a group

A) I only
B) II only
C) III only
D) I and II only
E) II and III only

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