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Then it would be a false statement because an isosceles and an equilateral triangle have different geometrical properties as in regards to the lengths of their sides.

If someone lives in Austin, then that person lives in Texas.

Not stop sign in the inside circle , not red in the small circle

The diagram will have 4 equal sides and 4 interior right angles at each vertex. Note that all 4 sided shapes are classed as quadrilaterals.

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Figure B. equilateral triangle (small circle) inside of isosceles triangle (big cirlce)

Then it would be a false statement because an isosceles and an equilateral triangle have different geometrical properties as in regards to the lengths of their sides.

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If someone lives in Austin, then that person lives in Texas.

Not oak in the inside circle , not wood in the small circle

A tetrahedron diagram (a pyramid with a triangular base and three sides) is typically used to represent a silicon-oxygen tetrahedron. In this diagram, one vertex represents silicon and the three vertices connected to it represent oxygen atoms, showing the tetrahedral arrangement of the atoms in a silicon-oxygen tetrahedron.

Not stop sign in the inside circle , not red in the small circle

Not stop sign in the inside circle , not red in the small circle

The diagram will have 4 equal sides and 4 interior right angles at each vertex. Note that all 4 sided shapes are classed as quadrilaterals.

In a Venn diagram, the "warm" set would be fully encompassed within the "hot" set without any overlap or intersection. This represents that if something is not in the "warm" set, it cannot be in the "hot" set as well.