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LGBARIDDLE Let P(m,n) be the statement "m divides n" where the universe of discourse for both variables is the set of positive integers. Which of the following propositions is FALSE? (a) P(2, 4) (b) \(\exists m \forall n\)P(m,n) (c) \(\forall m \forall n\) P(m,n) (d) \(\forall n\) P(1,n) (e) None of the above

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I don't like saying that one divides anything, so I'm going with (e)
why not a b c?
Oh, woops, you wanted the FALSE one.... (reading fail)

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I think (a) is the only true one, actually.
why so?
Like I said, I don't like saying that one divides anything.
Personal preference, I guess.
If I drop that preference, then I suppose (c) is false.
hmm is that so..
As I understand it. I could be wrong. I don't usually deal with this sort of stuff.

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