27.07.2020

# Is ab = a when b = 3, always, sometimes, or never true? Explain your answer.

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09.07.2023, solved by verified expert

Never true

Simple concept see below :

Given :-

divide both side by a

So here given b = 3

but it's clearly visible that b = 1

.°. b ≠ 3

therefore it's never true

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Mathematics

Never true

Simple concept see below :

Given :-

divide both side by a

So here given b = 3

but it's clearly visible that b = 1

.°. b ≠ 3

therefore it's never true

Mathematics
In if statement, the result will be false if the hypothesis is true but the conclusion is false. Other combination will result in true.
Most of the statement will be always or never. Sometimes statement more frequently found in a problem with a case, not in a problem with an equation like this.
1:
p is true
q is true,
then ~ p --> ~ q
false --> false
is always true.

a: always
The result of the logical statement is true. So, it will always be true.

2:
p is true
~ q is false,
then p --> ~ q
true --> true
is never false.

b: never
The result of the logical statement is true. So, it will never be false.

3: If
p is true
q is false,
then p --> q
true-->false
is never true.

c: never
The result of the logical statement is false. So, it will never be true.

4:
p is false
q is true,
then p or q
false or true
is always true.

a: always
When using or statement, you only need 1 true statement to get a result as true.

5: If
p --> q is true
q is true,
then p is true.

b: always
The value of p will always true because if the value of p is false there is no chance that p-->q would result in true.
The answer will be different if q=false because in this case p=false still giving true result.
Mathematics
In if statement, the result will be false if the hypothesis is true but the conclusion is false. Other combination will result in true.
Most of the statement will be always or never. Sometimes statement more frequently found in a problem with a case, not in a problem with an equation like this.
1:
p is true
q is true,
then ~ p --> ~ q
false --> false
is always true.

a: always
The result of the logical statement is true. So, it will always be true.

2:
p is true
~ q is false,
then p --> ~ q
true --> true
is never false.

b: never
The result of the logical statement is true. So, it will never be false.

3: If
p is true
q is false,
then p --> q
true-->false
is never true.

c: never
The result of the logical statement is false. So, it will never be true.

4:
p is false
q is true,
then p or q
false or true
is always true.

a: always
When using or statement, you only need 1 true statement to get a result as true.

5: If
p --> q is true
q is true,
then p is true.

b: always
The value of p will always true because if the value of p is false there is no chance that p-->q would result in true.
The answer will be different if q=false because in this case p=false still giving true result.
English

In "Nicholas's Diary: April 2 and 3," why is Nicholas surprised by the place his dad takes him for the treasure hunt?

It's the same place they go for walks on Sundays sometimes.

Which sentence from the text best supports the answer in Part A?

"I never would have thought [these woods] hold treasure…"

Explanation:

Nicholas who is a students has always been fascinated by his father going treasure hunting alone and returning later without any sign of what those treasure he found are or allowing him to tag along.

Even though he has been bragging to his classmates, but was surprised to notice that, where they are going was a place he is quite certain they used to go for hiking. Secondly, they are not going with any equipment to show that they are going to dig for treasure in the woods.

English

Poem with highlighted words given below:

Step-by-step explanation:

It is another excuse for a party

a tame affair with pizzas and Ping-Pong.

For the first time, he has said no.

The Bengali celebration, held on the closest Saturday

forty guests, dazzling saris,

a group of men starting a poker game.

Gogol is the oldest child,

but he and Moushumi have nothing to say.

while the children watch TV.

Presents are opened, dictionaries, calculators,

ugly sweaters, and more.

His father gives him a book

The Short Stories of Nikolai Gogol.

Gogol examines the picture

relieved to see no resemblance.

He hates questions about his name

hates having to explain.

His name is both absurd and obscure,

neither Indian nor American.

He wishes he could disguise it,

shorten it somehow.

He dislikes being Gogol,

his father's favorite author

He wishes he had been named Nikhil,

but it's too late now.

Gogol hates his name

its irrelevance and weight.

But his father feels a kinship,

a special connection with Gogol.

He keeps the explanation to himself,

a silent secret. G

ogol locks the door

settles down with his lyrics.

And he realizes,

Gogol isn't his first name

It's Nikolai,

a last name turned first name.

English

Step-by-step explanation:

Searching selves , the unexpected blooms ,

Awakening hearts , journey looms .

Curiosity fills pages , essence unfurls ,

Identity puzzle weighs , a soul in swirls.

Heritage 's embrace , Kolkata to dream ,

Fusion of worlds , harmony gleam .

Culture's clash , a tale of grace ,

Belonging in tale , a woven embrace.

Chapter unfolds , fourteen years gone ,

Gogol's birthday , time moves on.

Celebrate story , a symphony near ,

Narrative woven , echoes clear .

As Gogol grows , inspire extends ,

Essence weaves , a journey transcends.

In this found poem , quest we relate ,

For identity echoes , the paths we create

Mathematics
1.b never true
2.a. always true
3. A. Always false
Mathematics
1.b never true
2.a. always true
3. A. Always false
English

to explain what happened during his treasure hunt

Explanation:

I took the test.

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