Hello everyone. I'm wondering if i'm allowed to use a counter example to disprove this. I'm not sure if i'm understanding the statement correctly though. THe directions are: Determine whether the statement is true or false. Justify your answer with a rpoof or a counterexample. Here is the question: FOr all integers n, if n is prime then (-1)^n = -1. If it says for ALL integers n, doesn't this mean negatives as well? If it said for All positive integers than wouldn't it be true? But if i let n = -1, i would get (-1)^(-1) = 1, not -1. But if they said, for all integers n, if n is prime..does this mean they are saying n > 1?