Chapter 4.2, Problem 9CQ

### Intermediate Algebra

10th Edition
Jerome E. Kaufmann + 1 other
ISBN: 9781285195728

Chapter
Section

### Intermediate Algebra

10th Edition
Jerome E. Kaufmann + 1 other
ISBN: 9781285195728
Textbook Problem

# For Problems 1-10, answer true or false.If x ≠ 0 and y ≠ 0 , then 1 x ÷ 1 y = x y .

To determine

To State:

Whether the given statement is true or false:

Explanation

A rational number is defined as a number in the form of ab, where a, b are integers and bâ‰ 0.

If ab and cd are rational numbers, then the rational division is formed by writing the numerator as the quotient of numerator of the first and denominator of the second rational numbers, and writing the denominator as the quotient of numerator of the first and denominator of the second rational numbers.

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