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# w, x, y and z are all integers. Is wxyz even?

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w, x, y and z are all integers. Is wxyz even?

(1) wxy is odd.

(2) xy – z is even.
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05 Jun 2016, 14:29
w, x, y and z are all integers. Is wxyz even?

(1) wxy is odd. This implies that all of them are odd. If z is even, then wxyz = even but if z is odd, wxyz = odd. Not sufficient.

(2) xy – z is even. All of them can be odd as well as even. Not sufficient.

(1)+(2) We know from (1) that x and y are odd, thus from (2) we have odd - z = even --> z = odd --> wxyz = odd. Sufficient.

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