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How many multiples of $6$ are there between the following pairs of numbers?

$0$ and $100$ and $-6$ and $34$

  1. $1$ and $6$
  2. $17$ and $6$
  3. $17$ and $7$
  4. $16$ and $7$
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is it option A? I have assumed (0 100) and not [0 100]
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yes i do think so , but witing for official ans key
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Kind of ambiguous question. Isn't it?

If u don't include end points by focusing on 'between' given in question u ll get option A as correct.

And if u r lucky to ignore this 'between' in exam u ll get option C as correct one.
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just counted... 17 and 7..

option 3

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Are u considering 0???
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yes 0 is divisible by 6. as well as -6.
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0 to 100

only 16 term which is divisible by 6.

why are u considering 0?

it is clearly mention in between 0 to 100.means 1 2 3 ........ 99.
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Official Key is Option 17 & 7
I think they are considering 0 as well
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