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Which Venn diagram is NOT correct?

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think definitions: Rhombus. 4 sides. All equal. Square. 4 sides All equal All angles 90 Which is more explicit? Square. So ALWAYS a square is a Rhombus.
Rectangle: 4 sides. All angles 90. Square. 4 sides All angles 90. All sides equal. So a SQUARE is ALWAYS a rectangle.
Surely you can interpret this to get the answer
so is it a, b, c, or d? from top to bottom is the order.
it would be B right? the 2nd picture?
Oh whoops didn't see C and D. But yeah B is wrong. You would proceed similarly for C and D to confirm they are correct
I thought it was be just had to double-check. Thnx.
*B
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i'll post 1 more if that's ok with you?
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