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What is the difference between tangible and intangible property?

Tangible and intangible property are both covered by intellectual property protections.
Tangible property is covered by intellectual property protections, but intangible property is not.
Neither tangible property nor intangible property is covered by intellectual property protections.
Intangible property is covered by intellectual property protections, but tangible property is not.

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    tangible = something you can touch and feel
    (computer monitor, pen, paper, book, table, computer chip, etc.)

    intangible = something you cannot touch and feel, such as an idea

    http://www.answers.com/tangible
    http://www.answers.com/intangible

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    Which answer is it? I need to know soon.

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    The answer is A, both are covered by intellectual property protection.

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    C,A,B

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