Is the positive integer p even?
(1) p^2 + p is even.
(2) 4p + 2 is even.
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 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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Saurab Rauniyar
Nov 18, 2019
If you try to put different integer positive in this case both statements would give one answer as even, put 1,2,3,4.... so each statement alone is sufficient to answer the question

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