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Section ### Discrete Mathematics With Applicat...

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# In 16-21 determin whether each sentence is a statement. Explain your answers. All positive integers with negative squares are prime.

To determine

To Prove:

All positive integers with negative squares are prime.

Explanation

Given information:

Each sentence is a statement.

Concept used:

“If there is a positive integer with negative squares, then the positive integer is a prime”.

In general, in the implication A B(if A then B), A stands for the antecedent, and B stands for the consequent.

Calculation:

Consider the following sentence “All positive integers with negative squares are prime” ..............(1)

In general, a sentence is said to be a statement, if it is either true or false.

This sentence states that.

“If there is a positive integer with negative squares, then the positive integer is a prime”

In general, in the implication A B(

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