1. Geometry

    Write the negation of each statement. All squares are rectangles.
  2. Geometry

    Which statement is true? A. All squares are rectangles. B. All quadrilaterals are rectangles. C. All parallelograms are rectangles. D. All rectangles are squares. I thought it was B.
  3. math

    Which of the following is a true statement? A. All squares are rectangles. B. All rectangles are squares. C. All rhombuses are squares
  4. Math

    Which statement is a true statement? A All rectangles are squares. B All squares are rectangles. C Every rhombus is a rectangle. D Every rectangle is a rhombus. I thought it was A, but I'm awful with.. almost all types of geometry.
  5. mATH..OHHHH NOOOOO PLEZ HELP I AM STRUGGLING

    Which statement is true? 1. all rectangles are squares 2. some trapezoids are parallelograms 3. all squares are rhombuses 4. no rhombuses are rectangles. Please help me. I need this done and fast. Mom don't know answer so I'm counting on you to help me.
  6. Math

    Which term best completes this statement? All ______ are rectangles A. parallelograms** B. squares C. rhombi D. none of the above Which term makes this sentence true? ___ rectangles are squares A. All B. Some** C. No D. none of these The figure below is a
  7. Brain freezer a.k.a. MATH

    Please Help! Are all squares similar? I think that they aren't but i'm not sure. I think this because rectangles can be squares and rectangles can take different forms and shapes. Please help What do you mean by square? A square will always have a 4 sides
  8. math

    For each of the following examples: i) Express the negation of the statement using propositional notation, simplifying as much as possible, and ii) Express the statement (and its negation) in words, for the provided propositional functions. (a) ∀x, (p(x)
  9. Math

    I'm confused about a question on a math test. The question is: Which statement is a true statement? The answer choices are: A. All rectangles are squares B. All squares are rectangles C. Every rhombus is a rectangle D. Every rectangle is a rhombus. I
  10. Math

    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
  11. MAth

    Which statement is a true statement all rectangles or squares all squares or rectangles every rhombus is a rectangle every rectangle is a rhombus
  12. Math

    Let p -> q represent the conditional statement All hummingbirds love nectar. This is equivalent to p = If it is a hummingbird and q = then it loves nectar. State your answers to the questions below both in words and in symbols. 1. What is the
  13. Math

    which statement is a true statement? All rectangles are squares All squares are rectangular •• Every rhombus is a rectangle Every rectangle is a rhombus Correct me if I'm wrong!!
  14. math

    If Janiie has 32 squares, and in each square there are 50 smaller squares, and in each of those there are 20 re squares. How many rectangles are there?? hint: each rectangle=2 squares. LUCK!!
  15. Math

    You were busy working on a problem using 4 big squares, 8 rectangles, and 8 small squares. Your partner accidentally knocked some algebra tiles off the your desk. You now have 1 big square, 3 rectangles, and 5 small squares on your desk. Write and
  16. math

    Divide the rectangles by tens and ones for each factor. Find the number of squares in each smaller square. Then add the numbers of the squares in the four rectangles : 200+40+40+8=288 So, 12x24 =288
  17. Math

    I need help checking my answers. Which of the following is a true statement? A. It is possible for two rectangles to have the same area, but only if they have the same perimeter. B. It is possible for two rectangles to have the same area without having the
  18. Pre-Algebra

    You were busy working on a problem using 4 big squares, 8 rectangles, and 8 small squares. Your partner accidentally knocked some algebra tiles off the your desk. You now have 1 big square, 3 rectangles, and 5 small squares on your desk. Write and
  19. Pre-Algebra

    You were busy working on a problem using 4 big squares, 8 rectangles, and 8 small squares. Your partner accidentally knocked some algebra tiles off the your desk. You now have 1 big square, 3 rectangles, and 5 small squares on your desk. Write and
  20. Geometry

    Which statement is true? A. All rectangles are quadrilaterals. B. All quadrilaterals are rectangles. C. All quadrilaterals are parallelograms.** D. All quadrilaterals are squares. Can someone check my answer
  21. Are all math answers correct?

    1. What are all the possibly ways to classify a rectangle? A. quadrilateral, parallelogram, rectangle *** ?? B. parallelogram, rectangle (Or this…) C. quadrilateral, rectangle 2. Which property is not a characteristic of a parallelogram? A. Opposite
  22. Math

    Which makes this a true statement? _____ rectangles are squares. A. All B. Some*** C. No D. None of these I think it's this please correct me
  23. algebra

    a square separated into squares and rectangles. with a and x assigned to squares and rectangles along edge of square.have no clue what to do with this.
  24. Math

    7. Which of the following is a true statement? (1 point) It is possible for two rectangles to have the same area, but only if they also have the same perimeter. It is possible for two rectangles to have the same area without having the same perimeter. It
  25. Math - Help!

    1. What are all the possibly ways to classify a rectangle? A. quadrilateral, parallelogram, rectangle *** ?? B. parallelogram, rectangle (Or this…) C. quadrilateral, rectangle 2. Which property is not a characteristic of a parallelogram? A. Opposite
  26. DISCRETE MATH FOR IT

    Write a negation for the following statement: For all x , if x ∈ A ∩ B then x ∈ B.
  27. Geometry Which Statement is True?

    Which statement is true? All quadrilaterals are rectangles All quadrilaterals are squares All rectangles are quadrilaterals All quadrilaterals are parallelograms Thank You :)
  28. Math

    Write a negation of the statement. Not all people like football.
  29. math

    write a negation of the statement...not all people like football
  30. Math

    Which of the following is a true statement? it is possible for two rectangles to have the same area, but only if they have the same perimeter. It is possible for two rectangles to have the same area without having the same perimeter. *** It is possible for
  31. pre-algebra

    You are working on a polynomials problem with algebra tiles. You have five big squares, seven rectangles, and eight small squares on your desk. your classmate leans over and borrows three big squares, one rectangle, and five small squares. Write an
  32. Geometry

    Write the negation of each statement. Every student at Hammond High School has a locker.
  33. Geometry

    Write the negation of each statement. Every student at Hammond High School has a locker.
  34. math

    Write the statement indicated. Write the negation of the following. A happy face is a smiling face.
  35. Math

    Write and simplify the polynomial represented by the model. (Model shows: 3 big blank squares, 2 long black rectangles, 3 small blank squares, 1 big black square, 6 small black squares) a. -2x^2 + 2x + 3 b. 2x^2 - 2x - 3 c. 3x^2 - 2x - 3 d. 2x^2 - 2x + 3
  36. Polynomials

    Write and simplify the polynomial represented by the model. (Model shows: 3 big blank squares, 2 long black rectangles, 3 small blank squares, 1 big black square, 6 small black squares) a. -2x^2 + 2x + 3 b. 2x^2 - 2x - 3 c. 3x^2 - 2x - 3 d. 2x^2 - 2x + 3
  37. Math

    Write and simplify the polynomial represented by the model. (Model shows: 3 big blank squares, 2 long black rectangles, 3 small blank squares, 1 big black square, 6 small black squares) a. -2x^2 + 2x + 3 b. 2x^2 - 2x - 3 c. 3x^2 - 2x - 3 d. 2x^2 - 2x + 3
  38. math

    a student said that all squares are rectangles, but not all squares are rhombuses.What was the error??
  39. math

    a student said that all squares are rectangles, but not all squares are rhombuses.What was the error??
  40. math

    please check this. 1. What is a reasonable distance between two cities? A.200 km* B.200 m C.200 cm D.200 mm 2. 6,501.5 km = ? m = 6,501,500 m. 3.Find the perimeter of the rectangle with length 97 inches and width 17 inches.228 in.* 211 in. 1,649 in. 114
  41. Geometry

    I need help with this. Use the Law Of Syllogism to determine a conclusion from statements 1 & 2. 1. All squares are rhombuses 2. The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular. What can we say about the diagonals of all squares then? the diagonals of all
  42. Math I really need help!

    http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1165286122 A group of students decided to look at rectangles that are spuare. They find that no matter what size square they drew, every square was similar to shape B in the Shapes Set and to all other squares. They
  43. Math

    Mrs.Sue the squares are not in a horizantol form. like the one in the link. there are 2 squares horizantol and 1 square on top of the 1 of the horizantol squares By Moving Only 2 sticks of these three equal sized squares cna be changed into 4 equal sized
  44. geometry (check my answers)

    determine whether the following statements are true or false: 1. all squares are rectangles false 2. all squares are parallelograms false 3. all rectangles are parallelograms true 4. all squares are rhombuses true 5. all rhombuses are parallelograms true
  45. 5th grade Maths

    With help of the 10 equilateral triangles of side 3 cm, 8 rectangles of 4*2 cm and 4 square of 3*3 cm make 3 structures using all the figures. find the perimeter of all the triangles, squares, and rectangles??
  46. Math HElP!!!!!!!!

    A group of students decided to look at rectangles that are spuare. They find that no matter what size square they drew, every square was similar to shape B in the Shapes Set and to all other squares. They found that all squares are similar! They decided to
  47. Math (Probability)

    Four players are playing a game involving choosing squares on a grid of size 3×8. Each player chooses a random square on the grid, then all players reveal their choices and a token is placed in the center of each of these squares. The probability that the
  48. math

    consider pairs of rectangles where the dimensions are doubled (rectangles with all sides X2 and all sides X4, or those with all sides X3 and all sides X6. what happens to the perimeter when you double each of the dimensions of a rectangle?, Then what
  49. geometry

    State the negation of the following statement: It is cloudy.
  50. geometry

    State the negation of the following statement: Lines a and b are parallel.
  51. Math

    Give the negation of the statement ∃! x ∈ U [P (x)].
  52. geometry

    State the negation of the following statement: The sun is not shining.
  53. geometry

    State the negation of the following statement: It is not raining. please help explain
  54. geometry

    Lara wrote the statements shown in the chart. Statement One: If two lines intersect, then they intersect at exactly one point Statement Two: In a right triangle, the square of the length of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the length of
  55. math

    Lara wrote the statements shown in the chart. Statement One: If two lines intersect, then they intersect at exactly one point Statement Two: In a right triangle, the square of the length of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the length of
  56. math(Discrete)

    Give the negation of the statement ∃! x ∈ U [P (x)].
  57. math

    Use Venn diagrams to check the validity of the argument. All bachelors are handsome. Some bachelors do not drink lemonade. Therefore, some handsome men do not drink lemonade. 1 ---Select--- valid not valid All squares are rectangles. All rectangles are
  58. Math

    How many total squares are there on a standard 8 by 8 checkerboard? (It is more than 64)! Make sure to show all your work and explain your reasoning. Explain how you can determine the number of total squares for any N by N board. Bonus: How many total
  59. Math

    If a rectangle has four congruent sides, it is a square. A square has perpendicular diagonals. Conclusion: A rectangle has diagonals that are always perpendicular. Which of the following is correct The conclusion is valid by the law of syllogism. The
  60. Geometry

    In logic, which of the following is said to be logically equivalent to the original statement? a.) converse b.) inverse c.) negation d.)contrapositive
  61. math

    how many squares are there in the shape ? and how rectangles are there in it ? {}{}{}{} {}{}{}{} {}{}{}{} {}= mean a square ...
  62. Math

    How many rectangles are thre in a 6 by 9 grid that are not squares?
  63. math

    how many squares are there in a 3x3 geoboard? how many rectangles?
  64. math

    Write the negation of the following: Every rectangle with 4 equal sides is a square. A) No rectangle with 4 equal sides is not a square. B) Every square with 4 equal sides is not a square. C)Every rectangle with 4 equal sides is not a square D) No square
  65. MATH

    A four by four grid of unit squares contains squares of various sizes (1 by 1 through 4 by 4), each of which are formed entirely from squares in the grid. In each of the 16 unit squares, write the number of squares that contain it. For instance, the middle
  66. Math Geometery

    Is it possible for two rectangles or squares to have the same area, but only if they have the same perimeter??
  67. Areas of squares and rectangles

    a square with a side of 27 miles
  68. Math

    I have a challenge of drawing as many rectangles as I can but using only 8 squares on a grid that's only 4 across and 4 up. I can only draw two....
  69. Math

    I have a challenge of drawing as many rectangles as I can but using only 8 squares on a grid that's only 4 across and 4 up. I can only draw two....
  70. math

    did perimeter and area of rectangles change in the same way it does for squares explain your thinking
  71. Math

    Move 3 sticks to form a figure which is made up of 5 rectangles and 3 squares.
  72. Math

    Move 3 sticks to form a figure which is made up of 5 rectangles and 3 squares.
  73. math

    This is about problem solving patterns in 4th grade. The question asks What are the fewest nunber of buttons you need to make six rows in this pattern?Then to the right of the picture there is 6 buttons in one row and 5 buttons in the second row and 4
  74. Calculus

    I am in a car and travel for 12 minutes. Below are the speeds in mph, recorded every two minutes. Use trapezoids, right-bound rectangles, and midpoint rectangles to estimate the distance I traveled. Min 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Speed 20 22 35 46 50 50 20
  75. Calculus

    For the function f described by the following table, estimate ç40 0 f(x)dx using the following. Enter each answer as a sum to show your work. 5 left rectangles 5 right rectangles 5 midpoint rectangles x 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 y 7 -46 -50 45 -7
  76. Math

    Maya has 5 sheets of paper. She cuts each sheet into 3 equal sized rectangles. The rectangles are shared equally among 6 students. How many rectangles does each student get?
  77. Math (check answers)

    ultiple Choice 1. What is a reasonable distance between two cities? (1 point) 200 km ** 200 m 200 cm 200 mm 2. Which value correctly completes the statement? 6,501.5 km = ______ m (1 point) 6,501,500 ** 65,015 650,150,000 650.15 3. Find the perimeter of
  78. Math

    1. What is a reasonable distance between two cities? • 200 km <<< • 200 m • 200 cm • 200 mm 2. Which value correctly completes the statement? 6,501.5 km= _____m • 6,501,500 • 65,015 • 650,150,000 • 650.15 3. Find the perimeter of
  79. Math

    Write the negation of the following: A snowy day is cold.
  80. Math

    which polynomial does the model represent (Model shows: 1 big black square, 2 long blank rectangles, 3 long rectangles, 3 small blank squares, 1 small blank square) a.) -x^3+2x^2-3x+2 b.)x^2+x-2 c.)-x^2-x+2 d.)-x^2+x-2
  81. Math

    which polynomial does the model represent (Model shows: 1 big black square, 2 long blank rectangles, 3 long rectangles, 3 small blank squares, 1 small blank square) a.) -x^3+2x^2-3x+2 b.)x^2+x-2 c.)-x^2-x+2 d.)-x^2+x-2
  82. Rectangles,Rhombi,and squares

    Can someone help me with this? ABCD is a rectangle. AD = x + 10, BC = 2x + 8 and CD = 5. Solve for BD. I love problems like this. Draw out a diagram. Also, use the Pythagorean Theorem.
  83. Math - Data Management

    It is a grade 12 course, and our current unit is Combitionations. There is on questions where there is a 4 x 4 cubic diagram, like the 1x1 squares on graphing paper but 4x4. The question is to explain how the formula 5C2 x 5C2 gives the answer to how many
  84. language

    which statement is a true statement? A) a trapizoid is a regular polygon B) not all rectangels are parallelograms. C)not all parallelograms are rectangles. D) a trapezoid is a parallelogram. dont send me links or anything just help me ~ Kakashi Hatake
  85. math

    Chen is covering a 12-in. by 10-in. board with 1-inch-square tiles. He uses gray tiles to make six 2-in. by 2-in. squares. He covers the rest of the board with white tiles. How many more white tiles than gray tiles will Chen use? Six small rectangles
  86. Calculus

    I am in a car and travel for 12 minutes. Below are the speeds in mph, recorded every two minutes. Use trapezoids, right-bound rectangles, and midpoint rectangles to estimate the distance I traveled. Min 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Speed 20 22 35 46 50 50 20
  87. Algebra

    1. Draw an algebra tile model for the polynomial in simplified form: 8x^2 - 4x -3x^2 + 6 + 2x -7 8 big blue squares, 4 bars, 3 big red squares, 6 little yellow squares, 2 green bars, 7 little red bars; (is this correct?) 2.Study the diagram of algebra
  88. Math (please HELP)

    which polynomial does the model represent (Model shows: 1 big black square, 1 long black rectangles, 2 long blank rectangles, 3 small black squares, 1 small blank square) A) -x^3+2x^2-3x+2 *** b.)x^2+x-2 c.)-x^2-x+2 d.)-x^2+x-2
  89. programming

    Write a program that asks for the length and width of two rectangles. The program should tell the user which rectangles has the greater area, or if the area are the same.
  90. Math

    Of all rectangles that can be formed from thirty 4 x 4 squares, the one with the greatest perimeter has a perimeter of -----------?
  91. Math(Connexus 6th)Unit 6

    A room has 2 sections as shown in the picture below. Which expression uses the Distributive Property to find the total area of the room? (A rectangle is divided into two smaller rectangles by a vertical line. The vertical height of the rectangles is 14. To
  92. math

    ind the volume of the solid whose base is bounded by the graphs of y= x+1 and y= (x^2)+1, with the indicated cross sections taken perpendicular to the x-axis. a) squares b) rectangles of height 1 the answers are supposed to be a. 81/10 b. 9/2 help with at
  93. calculus

    find the volume of the solid whose base is bounded by the graphs of y= x+1 and y= (x^2)+1, with the indicated cross sections taken perpendicular to the x-axis. a) squares b) rectangles of height 1 the answers are supposed to be a. 81/10 b. 9/2 help with at
  94. math quadratic functions

    Alice cuts a ribbon of length 40cm into two pieces to form two squares as shown in th figure (there was no figure, but from my assumption the two squares are probably different ). Let xcm be the length of a side of one of the two squares a)express the
  95. Math

    Suppose Elina used 15 tiles to make the rectangular design. How many different rectangles could she make with the 15 tiles? Write a list or draw a picture to show the number and dimensions of the rectangles she can make.
  96. Urgent Math please check

    Very Important I can get someone to check these for me... I have to get an A, and I was wondering if someone could double check these for me. I am about 95% sure they are right, but just need a fresh set of eyes. I know I've been sending alot, but I really
  97. eng composition

    Which statement is true? A. Once you write a thesis statement don't change it. B. A theisi statement is the first thing you should write before drafting an essay. C. Feel free to change a thesis statement if you feel you can improve it. D. If you change
  98. Polynomial- Doublecheck2

    I asked this earlier, but I didn't get an answer. I'm glad though, because I found a couple of typos. I can get someone to check these for me... I have to get an A, and I was wondering if someone could double check these for me. I am about 95% sure they
  99. Math

    If two triangles are congruent, then their areas are equal ( write its negation in converse or contrapositive & In symbolic form ) Logic Chapter
  100. Math

    graph the data in each table Perimeters of Similar Rectangles x 1 2 3 4 5 P ? ? ? ? ? Graph P 40 30 20 20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X Area of Similar Rectangles X 1 2 3 4 5 A ? ? ? ? ? A 40 30 20 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X 1st rectangle is one side x bottom 2x