Q. 119 K5.0( 2 Votes )
Write two integers whose product is smaller than both the integers.
There can be number of possible solutions for this.
Let us take any positive integer, say, 6.
Now, it’s better to take a negative integer along with it.
So, negative integer = -2
Product = 6 × -2
⇒ Product = -12
Check: -12 < 6 and -12 < -2
Let positive integer = 9
And negative integer = -5
Product = 9 × -5
⇒ Product = -45
Check: -45 < 6 and -45 < -5
Thus, 6 and -2 are one of such integers.
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