# Math

posted by Helper

Which statement is a true statement

1. All rectangles are squares
2. All squares are rectangles
3. Every rhombas is a rectangle
4. Every rectangle is a rhombas

1. Ms. Sue

Study this site.

2. Helper

so i know it cant be c or d, wait, is the answer B?

3. Ms. Sue

Yes. B is correct.

4. Helper

OMG THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! Are you able to help me with one more? Last one?

5. Ms. Sue

6. Helper

Oh, nvm, i actually did it on my own and got it correct:-), ill post another question when i need help, thank you so much!

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