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I think this the explanation isn't clear enough, please elaborate. does non negative nature of m and n not disclude one from applying zero as values to m and n?

I think this the explanation isn't clear enough, please elaborate. does non negative nature of m and n not disclude one from applying zero as values to m and n?

Please read carefully!

It's not given that m and n are negative, they are given to be non-negative...
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Suppose i substitute values : 1. M+N>0 say M = 0, N=2 (0+2>0) 5^0+6^2=1+36=37 So Statement 1 should be sufficient right? Please correct me if my approach is wrong

Suppose i substitute values : 1. M+N>0 say M = 0, N=2 (0+2>0) 5^0+6^2=1+36=37 So Statement 1 should be sufficient right? Please correct me if my approach is wrong

But what if m = 1 and n = 2? What would be the answer in this case?
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