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    prove or disprove the following. let a1....ar be even integers and let b1....bs be in

    prove or disprove the following. let a1....ar be even integers and let b1....bs be integers. If r>=s+3 and
    ai>bj for all i and j, then the quotient (a1a2...ar)/(b1b2....bs) is either an even integer or a non-integral rational.

    please need an elaborate answer. quickly
    Last edited by virebbala90; October 1st 2013 at 07:47 AM.
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    Re: network theory

    The claim sounds suspicious. Where does 3 in r >= s + 3 come from? I would recommend trying to disprove it.

    Also, how is this related to network theory? Please post your questions in the appropriate forum. "New Users" is for introductions only.
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