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Rewrite the following statement in five different ways conveying the same meaning.

If a given number is a multiple of 6, then it is a multiple of 3.

Answer :

I. A given number is a multiple of 6; it implies that it is a multiple of 3.


II. A given number is a multiple of 6 only if it is a multiple of 3.


III. For a given number to be a multiple of 6, it is necessary that it is a multiple of 3.


IV. For a given number to be a multiple of 3, it is sufficient that the number is multiple of 6.


V. If the given number in not a multiple of 3, then it is not a multiple of 6.


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