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Statement # 1
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Statement # 2
The square root of 2 is a rational number.
The square root of 2 is an irrational number.
1+(2x34)+(56/7)+8+9=100
12+3-4+5+67+8+9=100
An isosceles triangle can have side lengths of 1, 8, and 9 inches.
A right triangle can have side lengths of 6, 8, and 10 inches.
If 9 is multiplied by any integer 1-12, the sum of the product's digits is 9.
If 9 is multiplied by any integer 1-10, the sum of the product's digits is 9.
2
^{4}
=4
^{2}
2
^{4}
≠4
^{2}
π=3.1415926535...
π=3.1415938725...
31, 331, 3331, 33331, and 333331 are prime numbers.
3333331, 33333331, and 333333331 are prime numbers.
2
^{7}
=49
2
^{7}
=128
Zero is an integer.
Zero is not an integer.
It is possible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
π=3.1415926535...
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
1+(2x34)+(56/7)+8+9=100
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
2
^{7}
=49
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
The square root of 2 is a rational number.
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
Zero is an integer.
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
An isosceles triangle can have side lengths of 1, 8, and 9 inches.
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
31, 331, 3331, 33331, and 333331 are prime numbers.
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
It is possible to cut a circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
If 9 is multiplied by any integer 1-12, the sum of the product's digits is 9.
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
2
^{4}
=4
^{2}
It is impossible to cut a convex circular cake into 8 pieces with three straight movements.
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