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# If n is not equal to 0, is m/n an integer? 1)m^2/n^2 is an

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If n is not equal to 0, is m/n an integer?

1)m^2/n^2 is an integer
2) m-n=0
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11 Mar 2007, 19:43
nitinneha wrote:
If n is not equal to 0, is m/n an integer?

1)m^2/n^2 is an integer
2) m-n=0

From(1) SAY M =4 AND N=SQRT(2) THEN IT IS AN IN BUT m/n isnt

From(2) m=n is true

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11 Mar 2007, 21:44

Explanation:

here it says n is not equal to 0 but it doesnt mean that n is an integer.

from 1) m can by sqrt2 and n can be 1 or sqrt2 which means m/n is not necessary an integer so its insuff

from 2) m-n=0, but its possible that both m and n are not integers, however in any case since both m and n are equal, hence m/n=1, which is an integer so it b.

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12 Mar 2007, 15:00
OA is B.

thanks!

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