Which of the following is not defined as O integer for number b?

(a) b + 0

(b) 0+ b

(c) b + 1

(d) 1 + b

# Which of the following is not defined as O integer for number b?

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Answer:correction which of the following is not defined if b is non integer

Correction which of the following is not defined if b is non zero integer

Step-by-step explanation:To Find : Choose correct option :

a)b÷0

b)0÷b

c)b÷1

d)1÷b

Solution:

b ÷ 0 is not defined

as we get infinity if we divided by 0

0 ÷b = 0 if b ≠ 0

b ÷ 1 = b

1 ÷ b is defined if b≠ 0

Hence b ÷ 0 is not defined if b is non zero integer.

pair of integer in which multiplication is (-45) and difference is 12.

x(x – 12) = -45

=> x² – 12x + 45 = 0

no integral solution

if multiplication is 45 and difference is 12 then 15 and 3 and – 15 and – 3

multiplication is (-45) and sum is 12 then 15 and – 3