Question

# If n is an integer, then every integral multiple of 3 can be represented by the expression .2n+13n2n-16n

Solution

## The correct option is B 3nThe first multiple of 3 = 3×1 = 3, the second multiple of 3 = 3×2 = 6. Similarly, the nth multiple of 3 = 3×n                                                 = 3n. Hence, if n is an integer, then every integral multiple of 3 can be represented by the expression 3n.

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