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What is the assumption needed to begin an indirect proof of the following statement? “A team is as strong as its weakest member.” Answer A team is as strong as its strongest member. A team is not as strong as its weakest member. A team is not as strong as its strongest member. A team is as strong as its weakest member.

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    The second one. "A team is not as strong as its weakest member" From that you con continue with a proof by contradiction (which is indirect).

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    Awesome, thanks!

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    You're welcome.

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