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# does not follow the property of closure for integers.

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Multiplication
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Division
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Subtraction
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## The correct option is B DivisionAddition, subtraction and multiplication follow the property of closure for integers as the sum, difference and multiplication of any two integers is always an integer. Example: Let the two integers be 2 and 5. 2 + 5 = 7, which is also an integer. 2 - 5 = -3, which is also an integer, and 2 ×5 = 10, which is also an intger. Division does not follow the property of closure for integers because the division of two integers may not always results in an integer. Example: 2÷5=25, which is not an integer.

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