Problem: Consider the following diagram. Which of the following pairs of statements is true? Ia. A − B = C Ib. A − D = C Ic. A − C = B Id. B − A = C IIa. A = D − C IIb. A = D − B   1. Ia, IIb 2. Ic, IIb 3. Id, IIa 4. Id, IIb 5. Ib, IIb 6. Ib, IIa 7. Ic, IIa 8. Ia, IIa

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Consider the following diagram. Which of the following pairs of statements is true?

Ia. A − B = C

Ib. A − D = C

Ic. A − C = B

Id. B − A = C

IIa. A = D − C

IIb. A = D − B

1. Ia, IIb

2. Ic, IIb

3. Id, IIa

4. Id, IIb

5. Ib, IIb

6. Ib, IIa

7. Ic, IIa

8. Ia, IIa

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