Bunuel wrote:

What is the value of odd positive integer m?

(1) m has only one positive odd factor.

(2) m has no positive even factors.

'm' is an odd - positive - integer

- means it can be anything from 1,3,5,7... and so on

- means it will have only odd factors.

Statement 1 - m has only one positive odd factor.Now if I select any odd number that is

a) Non Prime -

eg -> 21 - factors are 1, 3, 7 and 21

b) Prime -

eg -> 5 - factors are 1 and 5

c) '1' - It is the only odd digit having only one factor.

Hence Statement 1 is SufficientStatement 2 - m has no positive even factorsThis we already know from the stem that m has no even factors as 'm' itself is odd.

Hence Statement 2 is in insufficient.Hence answer is A, that is, statement 1 alone is sufficientHope it Helps

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