If p when a positive integer and a negative integer are
added we always get a negative integer and q: when two negative integers are added, we get a positive integer, then.
A: Both p and q are true
B: p is true and q is false
C: p is false and q is true
D: Both p and q are false
Let, two integers 8 (Positive integer) and -2(negative integer)
Sum of 8 and -2 is 6 (positive integer)
Which implies that, It is not necessary “when a positive integer and a negative integer are added we always get a negative integer ” It can be positive also.
P statement is false
Let two negative integers be -2 and -3
The sum of -2 and -3 is -5 which is negative.
It contradicts the q statement.
q statement is false.
Option (D) is correct. As, both the statements are false.
Write true (T) or false (F) for the following statements
No cube can end with exactly two zeros.
Statement is True
Because a perfect cube always have zeros in multiple of 3.
Hence option (A) is correct.True