From among a minimum of how many integers can you say that one
is divisible by 3? pls make the question clear for me

Asked by bidyutbubu | 16th Jul, 2016, 12:52: PM

Expert Answer:

From a minimum of three consecutive integers, one of them will surely be divisible by 3.
Note that the question is not clear cause the word 'consecutive' seems to be missing.
 
Example: If we take 3, 4,5, we have 3 as the required number.
If we take 4, 5, 6, we have 6 divisible by3, which is the required number.
If we take 100, 101, 102, we have 102 divisible by 3, which is the required number.
 
So, we can conclude that from a minimum of 3 integers we can say that one is divisible by 3.

Answered by Rebecca Fernandes | 17th Jul, 2016, 02:42: PM