GMAT Challenge Problem Showdown: June 10, 2013


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We invite you to test your GMAT knowledge for a chance to win! Each week, we will post a new Challenge Problem for you to attempt. If you submit the correct answer, you will be entered into that week’s drawing for a free Manhattan GMAT Prep item. Tell your friends to get out their scrap paper and start solving!
Here is this week’s problem:

Each of seven consecutive integers, all greater than positive integer n, is divided by n. The seven resulting remainders, not necessarily distinct, are assembled into a list L. What is the value of n?

(1) List L contains two odd values and 5 even values.

(2) No odd integer appears in list L more than once.

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  1. Saif1khan October 1, 2013 at 7:36 pm

    The Answer is A.

    Hint: Cyclicity of Remainder