# Mathematical Statement and Conclusions

The questions related to this chapter are asked in almost all examinations, which are based on the mathematical rules (>), short (<), equals or equal (=) and not equal (≠) rules. Under this, some mathematical statements are usually given with letters and mathematical symbols or other signs, and under these statements two conclusions are given. Each symbol or sign used in the statements is composed of special mathematical meanings, which have been mentioned only in the form of instructions given in the given instructions. By combining the statements given on the basis of symbols or signs based on the actual mathematical symbols according to the instructions, it is necessary to determine which outcome of the conclusions given based on the given statements comes out rationally.

Grouping of Identical Figures Practice Set

# Grouping of Identical Figures Practice Set

Grouping of Identical Figures Practice Set

# Grouping of Identical Figures Practice Set

Grouping of Identical Figures Practice Set

# Grouping of Identical Figures Practice Set

Grouping of Identical Figures Practice Set

# Grouping of Identical Figures Practice Set

Grouping of Identical Figures Practice Set