There are two rational numbers a and b such that a+b=7, when we divide ‘a’ by ‘b’, the closure property of the rational numbers does not hol

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There are two rational numbers a and b such that a+b=7, when we divide ‘a’ by ‘b’, the closure property of the rational numbers does not hold true. What will be the value of (a-b) and (a×b).

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Claire 1 month 2021-08-18T16:21:08+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-08-18T16:22:57+00:00

    The closure property states that for any tworational numbers a and b, a ÷ b is also arational number. The result is a rational number. … So rational numbers are not closed under division. But if we exclude 0, then all therational numbers are closed under division.

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