This statement is true when the two integers are positive, or when the two integers are negative.
False. Either the product or the quotient of two negative numbers is positive.False. Either the product or the quotient of two negative numbers is positive.False. Either the product or the quotient of two negative numbers is positive.False. Either the product or the quotient of two negative numbers is positive.
F. You didn't post choices.
positive times positive equals positive negative times negative equals positive positive times negative equals negative Substitute "divided by" for "times" in the previous sentences and they are still true.
It is true.
An example of a true statement in algebra is x=x
Mathematical induction is just a way of proving a statement to be true for all positive integers: prove the statement to be true about 1; then assume it to be true for a generic integer x, and prove it to be true for x + 1; it therefore must be true for all positive integers.
the product of two integers is odd if and only if the two factors are odd
That is false. This type of statement is only true for prime numbers, not for compound numbers such as 6. Counterexample: 2 x 3 = 6
That's a true statement. Another true statement is: All integers are rational numbers.
No. It's not true for n=2, where 14n - 1 = 28 - 1 = 27, which is not
It is not true.
They are integers.
No, integers can be positive or negative.
No, integers are positive and negative whole numbers
False - if the sentence is meant to be exhaustive. Integers can be positive or negative OR ZERO.
The statement is false.
This statement is true because 1 is a factor of any 2 positive integers and so is always a common factor and since it is the smallest or lowest positive integer, it is always the lowest common factor.