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 Squares and rectangles 2017-07-15 From Tront:So, there's a general rule that all squares are rectangles but not all rectangles are squares. Im trying to find a term that would describe this relationship. I've found that if all of A is B but not all B is A then I'd say that A is a subset of B, but is there a term that describes the relationship as a whole? I don't want to describe the components, I want to describe the relationship as a whole.Answered by Penny Nom. An Implication 1998-09-27 From Danielle Evans:i am in my second year of math for the liberal arts and a problem has be terribly confused.. can you answer this [(p --> q) ^ (q --> p)] --> (p <--> q) is this an implication?? i would love to hear your answer thank you... danielle evansAnswered by Chris Fisher.

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