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AHHHH. HELP. I'M MINDBLOWN LOL. WHAT IS THIS. The statement, "If it is not a quadrilateral, then it is not a rectangle," is represented by which of the diagrams below? A. Figure A. B. Figure B. C. Figure C.
lol... those look like circles to me...
I think it's figure C?
I know, it's hard to understand aha. xD
ahah sorry! i saw it and im like.. uhmm i do not see any rectangle in this at all. im no help appologies
That's what my friend said lol :P
A. The big circle is not quadrilateral and the not rectangle circle is completely contained within it. So if it is not a quadrilateral, it is not a rectangle. In other words, not rectangle is a subset of not quadrilateral.
Reread what I wrote. The correct answer is the first thing in my post.
Ohh! Sorry, thanks for the help!
Btw, the answer was C.