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Covers the principle of counterexamples as well as proofs to do with even/oddness, consecutive numbers and digits. For high ability students.

A Carpenter

22nd Apr 2020 Flag Comment

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R R

11th Apr 2020 Flag Comment

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8th Nov 2018 Flag Comment

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A Kapinos

24th Apr 2018 Flag Comment

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Mr Mathew Smith

2nd Apr 2018 Flag Comment

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R Rajkumar

23rd Feb 2018 Flag Comment

Give me proof this is proof dr frost.

Mrs. Marian Olonade-Taiwo

17th Nov 2017 Flag Comment

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Bheki M

31st Aug 2017 Flag Comment

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JamezH21

14th Apr 2017 Flag Comment

5 d) is false because IF BOTH a and b are smaller than -1 (negative), then ab>1 (for example -2 times -3=6 which is bigger than 1. So the docx is right

prisha

22nd Feb 2017 Flag Comment

how can 5 d) in the counterexamples.docx be false.maybe the question is wrong

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