Classify as true or false.
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d)

a) To find:
To classify the following statement as true or false,
Consider the following statement,
From the above statement 5 is greater than 4. But the statement says 5 is less than or equal to 4.
Hence the corrected statement is
b) To find:
To classify the following statement as true or false,
c) To find:
To classify the following statement as true or false,
d) To find:
To classify the following statement as true or false,
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