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According to a Kaplan Coursebook that I have, Unless the 'square root sign' is explicitly given in the question, both positive and negative roots have to be taken into consideration.

But here I feel the answer is C. you donot have to take the roots. The first statement says m^2/1=7/5 .The second statement says m^2/n=7/5.

From St:1 we get M^2= 7/5. Though it is obvious, I am just explaining. Substitute m^2 in statement 2 ,we get n=1. tThere is no need to find the square root.

According to a Kaplan Coursebook that I have, Unless the 'square root sign' is explicitly given in the question, both positive and negative roots have to be taken into consideration.

But here I feel the answer is C. you donot have to take the roots. The first statement says m^2/1=7/5 .The second statement says m^2/n=7/5.

From St:1 we get M^2= 7/5. Though it is obvious, I am just explaining. Substitute m^2 in statement 2 ,we get n=1. tThere is no need to find the square root.

According to a Kaplan Coursebook that I have, Unless the 'square root sign' is explicitly given in the question, both positive and negative roots have to be taken into consideration.

But here I feel the answer is C. you donot have to take the roots. The first statement says m^2/1=7/5 .The second statement says m^2/n=7/5.

From St:1 we get M^2= 7/5. Though it is obvious, I am just explaining. Substitute m^2 in statement 2 ,we get n=1. tThere is no need to find the square root. So the answer is C.

yeah, but the question asks you to find m/n^2 ...finally, you still have to calculate sqrt(m^2)!