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Which equations show that the set of whole numbers is closed under multiplication? Choose all answers that are correct. A. –1 • –1 = 1 B. 0 • –1 = 0 C. 0 • 2 = 0 D. 2 • 1 = 2 a b c
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zepdrix
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To show `whole numbers` are closed under `multiplication` We take `two whole numbers` and `multiply them` to get another whole number. This illustrates closure. So we need to `start with` two whole numbers. -1 is NOT a whole number. a, b, and c are not necessarily whole numbers, we don't know enough about them.
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zepdrix
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So we can't pick an option that is showing -1 in the multiplication and we can't pick the option with a,b and c's and stuff like that.
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What does that leave you with? :o
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OOHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH OKAY SO I WAIT WHAT SO D
zepdrix
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no :(
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;-; WWHATTTTTTTT
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