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Re: what is the remainder when 33 is divided by the integer y?
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21 Jan 2014, 14:48

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When 33 is divided by any number greater than 33, the remainder will be 33. Statement 1 tells us that y is greater than 90, so we know that the remainder must be 33. Any numerator divided by a larger denominator will yield a remainder equal to the numerator.

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21 Jan 2014, 14:51

VeritasPrepBrandon wrote:

When 33 is divided by any number greater than 33, the remainder will be 33. Statement 1 tells us that y is greater than 90, so we know that the remainder must be 33. Any numerator divided by a larger denominator will yield a remainder equal to the numerator.

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17 May 2014, 03:18

1) st1 is insufficient because if 33 is divided by 93,96 and 99 remainder will be 11. In all other cases it will be 33 2) st 2 is insufficient because only information given is y is a prime no

st1 +st2 means x is 97 in this case remainder will be 33 so Ans should be C

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17 May 2014, 05:07

archana2511 wrote:

1) st1 is insufficient because if 33 is divided by 93,96 and 99 remainder will be 11. In all other cases it will be 33 2) st 2 is insufficient because only information given is y is a prime no

st1 +st2 means x is 97 in this case remainder will be 33 so Ans should be C

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31 Oct 2016, 00:43

if y>33 than : 33=0*q+33 then the remainder is surely 33

if y is a prime number let us consider y=2 then, 33=16*2+1 => remainder =1 if y=3 then 33=3*11+0 then the remainder is 0 ....so we have two different options => not sufficient

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