Is n a multiple of 3?
1) (n – 1) is a multiple of 2
2) (n + 1) is a multiple of 4
  • a)
    Exactly one of the statements can answer the question
  • b)
    Both statements are required to answer the question
  • c)
    Each statement can answer the question individually
  • d)
    More information is required as the information provided is insufficient to answer the question
     
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

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By Tejas Patni · 3 weeks ago ·GMAT
Preitee Ranjan Pradhan answered 3 weeks ago
B is correct.
bkz 4k-1/3 can never be divisible.
where as 2k+1/3 can be and can't be.

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