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find a counterexample for the following statement. If a number is divisible by 5, then it is divisible by 10. What is the counterexample of that statement?

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    What about the number 25?

  • math(geometry) - ,

    thank you very much..ok i have another question..

    in the square qrst and line qt is congruent to line ts and line rs is congruent to line ts, what is x? line qt=1/2(14x+8) and line rs= 6x+8 what is x?

  • math(geometry) - ,

    all sides of a square are equal. So set the two measurements equal to each other in an equation.
    1/2(14x + 8) = 6x + 8
    You will get x=4 as your answer.

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