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which statement is not a requirement for anadequate definition?
A)***a definition should not be expressed in the negative.
b) a definition should be complex
C)a definition should use a noun to define a noun a verb etc
D)a definition should not giv an opinion or make a statement
,my choose is a the on e with the *

  • latin bases -

    I disagree.

    Note that the question is worded in the negative.

    Which is NOT a requirement . . .

  • latin bases -

    is it b

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    Right.

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