Which is a counterexample for the conditional statement shown?
if the numerator of a fraction is larger than the denominator of the fraction, then the fraction is greater than 1.
o any fraction with a denominator of o
o any fraction with a numerator of o
o any fraction with a positive numerator and a negative denominator
o any fraction with a negative numerator and a positive denominator
many students gets confused with these exponential problems, they often get misguided but understand that there is nothing to be confused of.
when you have a negative number, you just take the reciprocal of the whole exponent number.
what is a reciprocal?
let's take an integer for example, let's take the number 3.
the reciprocal for 3 is (1/3)
let's take an other number, let's take 2/3
the reciprocal for 2/3 is (3/2)
in conclusion, we just reverse the denominator and the numerator or just switch it.
we take 3 as (3/1) and that is the reason, the reciprocal would be (1/3)
now, coming to the negative integers. taking an example:
this would be become (1/2¹) = (1/2)
hence, the result of a negative integer is positive but would be a fraction.
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y = 8x
the slope is 8 and the y intercept is 0
that means our line will cross through the origin.
to graph start at the origin and move up 8 and right one or down 8 and left one. with either of these two points you should be able to complete your graph.
if the numerator of a fraction...