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# What is the units digit of positive integer x?

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27 Apr 2016, 23:34
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What is the units digit of positive integer x?

(1) 7, 15, 24, and n are all factors of x.
(2) 6! < x < 7!

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27 Apr 2016, 23:57
Bunuel wrote:
What is the units digit of positive integer x?

(1) 7, 15, 24, and n are all factors of x.
(2) 6! < x < 7!

B is out straight away

A tells that number can end in 0/5

C is the answer i believe'
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28 Apr 2016, 00:30
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Balajikarthick1990 wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
What is the units digit of positive integer x?

(1) 7, 15, 24, and n are all factors of x.
(2) 6! < x < 7!

B is out straight away

A tells that number can end in 0/5

C is the answer i believe'

HI,
Always be careful while eliminating a statement..
what is statement I
(1) 7, 15, 24, and n are all factors of x.
the factors are 15 and 24, so x will be a MULTIPLE of 5 and 2..
thus UNIT's digit will be 0
Suff
ans A
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28 Apr 2016, 00:32
chetan2u wrote:
Balajikarthick1990 wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
What is the units digit of positive integer x?

(1) 7, 15, 24, and n are all factors of x.
(2) 6! < x < 7!

B is out straight away

A tells that number can end in 0/5

C is the answer i believe'

HI,
Always be careful while eliminating a statement..
what is statement I
(1) 7, 15, 24, and n are all factors of x.
the factors are 15 and 24, so x will be a MULTIPLE of 5 and 2..
thus UNIT's digit will be 0
Suff
ans A

Ya agreed sir...will be careful.
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19 Nov 2016, 02:47
Since x is divisible by both 15 and 24 from statement 1 we can say that unit digit of x must be zero.
Again statement 2 is not sufficient as we don't know what x might be.
hence A
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24 Nov 2016, 04:44
Great Question.
Here we need the units digit of x
Statement 1=>
this statement tells us that 5 and 2 must be prime factors of x.
Hence the units digit of x must be zero.
Hence Sufficient.

Statement 2
x must lie between (720,720*7)
Not sufficient

Hence A
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