∀m ∀n P(m, n) says that every number divides every other number and result should be a postive integer.
- Clearly it is a false proposition.
- Eg: if m=10 n=3 10 divides 3 does not follow the proposition
- a is false
∀n P(1, n) says that any positive integer is divisible by 1 and result will be a +ve integer.
- That is correct
- b is true
∃m∀nP(m,n) says that there are some +ve integers which divides any other +ve integer.
- The proposition is correct
- example: 1
- c is true
Correct option must be
a-- false b--true c--true
None of the given options follows