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anonymous
 3 years ago
Assuming that x, y and z are integers, what is the contrapositive of the following statement? "If xy is not a multiple of z, then neither x nor y is a multiple of z"
If x is not a multiple of z??? or y is not a multiple of z?????????, then xy is not a multiple of z
If either x or y is a multiple of z, then xy is a multiple of z
If xy is not a multiple of z, then x is not a multiple of z??? or y is not a multiple of z???
anonymous
 3 years ago
Assuming that x, y and z are integers, what is the contrapositive of the following statement? "If xy is not a multiple of z, then neither x nor y is a multiple of z" If x is not a multiple of z??? or y is not a multiple of z?????????, then xy is not a multiple of z If either x or y is a multiple of z, then xy is a multiple of z If xy is not a multiple of z, then x is not a multiple of z??? or y is not a multiple of z???

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