anonymous
  • anonymous
Numbers p and q are positive integers. Which statements are always true? Choose all answers that are correct. A. p + q is a positive integer B. p – q is a negative integer C. p • q is a positive integer D. is a positive integer
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Agl202
  • Agl202
True—>A. p + q is a negative integer. When you add a negative, its the same as subtraction, and when you subtract from a negative, the number gets smaller. True—>B. p x q is a positive number. When you multiply two negatives, the answer is always a positive. False—>C. -1 - (-2) is the same as -1 + 2, which is positive. False—>D. The rules for multiplication apply to division also.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is the set of multiples of 5 closed under division? Explain why or provide a counterexample if not. A. Yes, because the quotient of any two multiples of 5 is also a multiple of 5. B. Yes, because the quotient of any two multiples of 5 is also a multiple of 10. C. No, and a counterexample is 100 ÷ 5 = 20. D. No, and a counterexample is 25 ÷ 50 = .
Agl202
  • Agl202
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