# Geometry

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What can you conclude from the given true statements? If there is a full moon tonight, the dog will howl. The moon is full tonight.

• Geometry -

I conclude that the statements have nothing to do with geometry.

The statements are also not always true.

• Geometry -

logic has plenty to do with geometry...

while the statements are certainly not always true, the exercise stipulates that for the purposes of logical argument, they are true right now. So,

I can conclude that the dog will howl.

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