In the expression below, m and n are positive integers. M/n x p/q What values of p and q would produce a product that is always irrational? Both are negative integers Both are irrational One is 0, and the other is irrational One is positive, and the one is irrational

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In the expression below, m and n are positive integers. M/n x p/q What values of p and q would produce a product that is always irrational? Both are negative integers Both are irrational One is 0, and the other is irrational One is positive, and the one is irrational

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hm... this is a toughie but we can use process of elimination here if both are negative numbers, then it's possible that the product is rational, since we could just set p = -1 and q = -1

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if both are irrational, then it's possible they could both be the same irrational number, thus cancelling out, so B isn't the answer either
now, between C and D, I would go with D, since if q is 0 there is no solution
thank you!!! do u think you could help with a few more?

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