This problem is impossible

This problem is impossible

Although both parts of the questions yield FALSE, can you tell me why it's illogical to state it this way: (5 >10 && 5 <5)

One-tenth of the cars in a car park are yellow. Another car arrives and now one-ninth of the cars are yellow. How many cars are now in the car park?

1+4=5 2+5=12 3+6=21 8+11= I have seen 3 examples of answers people say are correct Example 1 answer 96 1×4=4+1=5 2×5=10+2=12 3×6=18+3=21 8×11=88+8=96 Example...

Options are 28 feb 29feb 31 dec Or 1 jan

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Suppose m is an integer . If 4 divides m2 − 1, then m is odd ?. can you prove this in direct proof plz

Soo need to know the steps in making this question work out . plz can any one help

Logic phil 60

Phil 60 class

(p<--->q = ~(p and~ q) or ~(q and ~p)

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