‘Rewrite the Jofinition “An equilateral triangle has three sides vrite the definihon fv, biconditional.

‘Rewrite the Jofinition “An equilateral triangle has three sides vrite the definihon fv, biconditional.

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‘Rewrite the Jofinition “An equilateral triangle has three sides vrite the definihon fv, biconditional.

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2020-11-07
A biconditional statement is in the form “pp if and only if qq.” So, we can write the definition as:
A triangle is equilateral if and only if it has three sides that are equal in measure.
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