# SOLUTION: If x and y are integers and y#O (doesn't equal),then x/y is an integer. Which of the following values of x and y proves that the statement above is NOT true? (A)x=9,y=3 (B)x=10,

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 Question 475141: If x and y are integers and y#O (doesn't equal),then x/y is an integer. Which of the following values of x and y proves that the statement above is NOT true? (A)x=9,y=3 (B)x=10,y=4 (C)x=6,y=3 (D)x=5,y=5 (E)x=7,y=1 Thank you so much!Answer by jim_thompson5910(28503)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!An integer is a whole number. So all you need to do is plug in the values of x and y and evaluate. If the answer is not a whole number, then move on. If so, then x/y is an integer. For instance, when x=10 and y=4, then which is NOT an integer. On the other hand, when x=6 and y=3, then which is an integer.