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Read the statement shown below. “A tiger is a cat, and a cat has two legs.” Which statement has the same truth value as the above statement? A poodle is a cat, or a dog has four legs. An ostrich is a bird, and a bird has two legs. An ostrich is an insect, or all insects have five wings. A poodle is a dog, or a poodle has two eyes.

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im not sure if it a or b
This should be posted in English or Writing I think.. but..

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its on my geometry test
didn't you ask this already in the biology and in health sciences, and in physics section?
what.. thats weird
yeah...this and truth tables are throwing me off a little
noo...
if i did it wasnt intentional
look at these
ok?????
b was wrong so it must be a i guess..
but then the other one says otherwise lol
any thoughts?
ill go with b and let u know
Or go with a :)
No wait, it says or...
i meant AAAA not b
but yeah it says or that is why it is throwing me off
The firts part of the statement :A tiger is a cat" is true A cat has for legs: is false It's joined by "AND" so True AND False = False as a whole
oh wait.........
Ah ok: A tiger is a cat AND a car has two legs: FALSE A poodle is a cat, or a dog has four legs. TRUE An ostrich is a bird, and a bird has two legs. TRUE An ostrich is an insect, or all insects have five wings. FALSE A poodle is a dog, or a poodle has two eyes. TRUE
i was about to say the same thing
it woud have to be 2 falses for am or
As a programmer I feel ashamed for not seeing that earlier ;)
lol well u got it eventually so doesnt matter
just to double check can i post another question i think i got right?
Read the statements shown below. If a polygon has three sides, it is a triangle. If an angle of a triangle measures 90° it is a right triangle. Beth constructed a triangle in the geometry class. Based on the given statements, which is a valid argument? It can be concluded that Beth drew a scalene triangle. It can be concluded that Beth drew a right triangle. It cannot be concluded that Beth drew a polygon with three sides. It cannot be concluded that Beth drew a triangle with an angle measure of 90°.
sure
i said it was d
because nothing else can be assumed from the statement
I agree with d as well
I agree
ok im gonna sumbit then..........
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ok :) good luck
those were right lol...but i got a different two wrong
lol
thanks anyway
Aww.

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