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If a & b are non-zero integers and a × b >b, which of the following

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If a & b are non-zero integers and a × b >b, which of the following must be true?

I. a/b>o
II. (a-b)>0
II. (a+b)>1

A. I only
B. II only
C. I&II only
D. II&III only
E. I,II& III
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kiran120680 wrote:
If a & b are non-zero integers and a × b >b, which of the following must be true?

I. a/b>o
II. (a-b)>0
II. (a+b)>1

A. I only
B. II only
C. I&II only
D. II&III only
E. I,II& III



assign values for a and.

NOTE : a and b are non zero integers but we don't know about their sign.

a = -2
b = -4

ab = 8.

I) a/b>0. Yes . This option is correct for all integers. If we consider positive values , the result will be the same.

II) a - b>0. Not always. a=-2 and b=-4, The answer will be negative. a=4 b=2. The answer is positive.

III) a + b> 0. What if both a and b are negative. NOT always.

Thus, only I is correct.

The best answer is A.
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