In computing, this is an AND statement.
If this is a 2-D graph and both of the lines are straight, then yes this statement is true. Otherwise it is not necessarily true.
It is false. The first part about the square is true, but the second part is false. A rectangle has two pairs of parallel sides. The "and' means that both parts must be true for the statement to be true. A convex polygon can have many pairs of parallel sides, but you can never have 3 or more sides all parallel to each other.
It is both arguable and defensible.
its true this is a statement..... Is there a question attached
False. The sides can be congruent, parallel or both.
It couldn't be falser!
a condtional statement may be true or false but only in one direction a biconditional statement is true in both directions
In order to know which statement is true of both mitosis and meiosis one needs to know the available choices for answers.
Statement: All birds lay eggs. Converse: All animals that lay eggs are birds. Statement is true but the converse statement is not true. Statement: If line A is perpendicular to line B and also to line C, then line B is parallel to line C. Converse: If line A is perpendicular to line B and line B is parallel to line C, then line A is also perpendicular to line C. Statement is true and also converse of statement is true. Statement: If a solid bar A attracts a non-magnet B, then A must be a magnet. Converse: If a magnet A attracts a solid bar B, then B must be non-magnet. Statement is true but converse is not true (oppposite poles of magnets attract).
There are many kinds of statement that are not theorems: A statement can be an axiom, that is, something that is assumed to be true without proof. It is usually self-evident, but like Euclid's parallel postulate, need not be. A statement need not be true in all circumstances - for example, A*B = B*A (commutativity) is not necessarily true for matrix multiplication. A statement can be false. A statement can be self-contradictory for example, "This statement is false".
A bi-conditional statement can be true or false. If it is true, then both forward and backward statements are true. See Bi-conditional StatementIn English grammarThe statement, Love you! could be true too if said/written backward as You love!
They are both in the same category.
The slopes will be the same. It is also possible that both parallel lines have no slope defined - if they are vertical.
Every trapezium is a convex quadrilateral with a pair of parallel sides that are unequal in length.
If A ~ B and B ~ C then A ~ C. The above statement is true is you substitute "is parallel to" for ~ or if you substitute "is congruent to" for ~.
Yes, this statement is true. However, it is controversial between Euclid and Lobachevsky. In Euclid, this is alwaystrue. In Lobachevsky, however, this could be both true and untrue. Did this help?
If the statement is false, then "This statement is false", is a lie, making it "This statement is true." The statement is now true. But if the statement is true, then "This statement is false" is true, making the statement false. But if the statement is false, then "This statement is false", is a lie, making it "This statement is true." The statement is now true. But if the statement is true, then... It's one of the biggest paradoxes ever, just like saying, "I'm lying right now."
Circular logic would be a statement or series of statements that are true because of another statement, which is true because of the first. For example, statement A is true because statement B is true. Statement B is true because statement A is true
Both fought against unjust laws.
It is a question that is definitely true or definitely false. It can't be both.
A statement that shows to opposite meanings that both cannot be true.
she served as a nurse in both world wars
If a conditional statement is true, then so is its contrapositive. (And if its contrapositive is not true, then the statement is not true).
lines m and n are parallel if x= 12 and y= 54
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