X is a multiple of A. A is always even, and is always divisible by B. X is also never divisible by C. Which of the following statements must be true?

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Correct Answer: **B.** *X is divisible by B.*

Given that X is a multiple of A, we know that X is always divisible by A. Following, if A is always divisible by B, then A must be a multiple of B. Thus, it logically follows that if A is divisible by B, and X is divisible by A, then X must be divisible by B.

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