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# Given below are t

(I) – (D), (II) – (F), (III) – (B), (IV) – (E), (V) – (C)

(I) Since, the difference between two consecutive whole numbers is always 1.

(II) Since, the product of two non - zero consecutive whole numbers is always even.

(III) As if zero is divided by any whole number, the quotient is always zero.

(IV) 2 added three times, to the smallest whole number i.e., (2x3) + 0 = 6

(V) As the smallest odd prime number is 3.

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