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Which statement follows logically from the statement below? If a line is tangent to a circle, then it intersects the circle at exactly one point. A. If a line does not intersect a circle at exactly one point, then it is tangent to the circle. B. If a line intersects a circle at exactly one point, then it is tangent to the circle. C. If a line does not intersect a circle at exactly one point, then it is not tangent to the circle. D. If a line is not tangent to a circle, then it does not intersect the circle at exactly one point.

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  1. anonymous
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    All except A are true based on the first statement.

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