• anonymous
Are any of the following statements is correct : in . 2 | a 2 ⇒ | a + 2 ii) 2 | a + 2 ⇒ 2 | A iii) 2 | a ⇔ 2 | a + 2 for integers a ?
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  • mathmate
The mathematical language allows very little room for typos. Could you check if there's any typo in the question? Example: is it i) 2|a^2 => 2|a + 2, or is it i) 2|a+2 => 2|(a+2) ? etc. All exponents must be preceded by ^, and parentheses cannot be omitted. Does A (in (ii) ) mean the same thing as a?

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