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Re: If the fraction m/n is negative, which of the following CANNOT be true [#permalink]
Bunuel wrote:
If the fraction \(\frac{m}{n}\) is negative, which of the following CANNOT be true?



A. \(\frac{n}{m}\)>\(\frac{m}{n}\)
This is also possible
B. mn < 0
one can be negative and other positive therefore the possibility exists

C. n – m > 0
n+vve and m-ve therefore possible

D. \(mn^3\) > 0
Not possible since both cannot be positive or negative simultaneouslt therefore our option

E. m – n > 0m+ve and n-ve possible

Therefore IMO D
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