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If p and q are non zero integers, is p/q > 0

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If p and q are non zero integers, is \(\frac{p}{q}\) > 0


(1) |p^3| = |q^3|

(2) |p + q| = |p| + |q|

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If p and q are non zero integers, is \(\frac{p}{q}\) > 0


(1) |p^3| = |q^3|

(2) |p + q| = |p| + |q|


#1
p * q can be both or either be +/- ve integers so value of p/q>0 or <0 possible
insufficient
#2
both p & q have to be +ve integers to be valid
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p/q >0 always
sufficient
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