@kingkong
Both have resonance, (common)
But (1) = 2 degree carbocation
(2) = 1 degree carbocation
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@RiyaKapoor
Ans: (2)
Equation: 3a  Nb = 5There are 3 cases possible.
(1). N= 3k
3a3kb =5
3(akb)=5
(akb) = 5/3
since a, k and b are integers, (akb) can't be a fraction. (Contradiction)
Hence, N can never be a multiple of 3.(Condition for no integral solution) N=3k+1
3a3kbb=5
3(akb)b=5
3(akb)=5+b
if b is in the form of 3x+1(x is an integer), there is always at least 1 integral solution possible. N=3k+2
3a3kb2b=5
3(akb)2b=5
3(akb)=5+2b
if b is in the form of 3x+2 (x is an integer), there is always at least 1 integral solution possible.Hence, there is no integral solution possible for equation 3a – Nb = 5 when N is multiple of 3.
There are 13 multiples of 3 in the range from 040 (both exclusive)
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