The value of 5 + (- 1) does not lie between (a) 0 and -10 (b) 0 and 10 (c) – 4 and -15 (d) – 6 and 6. ans (a) About the author Raelynn

[tex]\bf\purple{QuestioN:-}[/tex] The value of 5 + (- 1) does not lie between (a) 0 and -10 (b) 0 and 10 (c) – 4 and -15 (d) – 6 and 6. [tex]\bf\pink{AnsweR:-}[/tex] Option a and c are the right answers. a) 0 and -10 and c) -4 and -15 [tex]\bf{5+(-1)=4}[/tex] 4 is not lying between 0 and -10. Like this 4 is not lying between -4 and -15. Because it is a positive integer, can’t lie between negative integers. Reply

[tex]\bf\purple{QuestioN:-}[/tex]

The value of 5 + (- 1) does not lie between

(a) 0 and -10

(b) 0 and 10

(c) – 4 and -15

(d) – 6 and 6.

[tex]\bf\pink{AnsweR:-}[/tex]

Option a and c are the right answers.a . 0 to -10 and -4 to -15

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