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This is a bad definition because an ear is an organ of hearing, and a nose is the organ for smell on a vertebrate.

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is any comparison not using like or as…

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I think this defnition is bad because the defnition is wrong. An ear doesn't smell it hears,

saying something like this would be like saying I have an arm that breaths! It's just

not correct.

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-This is a

-Daniel Shead

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-Audrey Kapsa

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i say that this is a good definition because, it explains exactly what a vertex is.

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I think this is a weak definition because an anion is also a charged ion and it is the opposite of a cation. if it were a good definition, then it would say a cation is a negatively charged ion.

- JT

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-terrence ash

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this is a BAD definition. A metaphor is any comparison NOT using like or as

——Terrence Ash

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i think these is only slightly off its. A kite is a quadrilateral that has two pairs. Points AB and AD should be congruent and points BC and CD should be congruent but AB/AD and BC/CD should not be congruent.

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This is true but a weak definition because the definition does not mention that a scalene triangle also has no equal angles. Also this is Aaron Nail.

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Weak Definition. Not a bad definition because hurricane can be classified as being cyclonic, but of course not always. Cyclonic means of or pertaining to a cyclone. A hurricane is a violent storm.

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1st of all the ear does not have anything to do with smelling at all, so thats just flat out wrong homie

-Aaroncastrosizzle

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-Ben Nimmo #432

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I think this is a good definition because it fully and properly defines the radius of a circle.

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#12. A trapezoid is a quadrilateral that has one pair of opposite sides that are parallel.

NO. I do not agree with this definition because a trapezoid has two sides that are parallel and two sides that are oppositely directed. (/ \).

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This definition is WEAK. It implies that the hypotenuse is the longest side of ANY triangle while, in reality, it's the longest side of a RIGHT triangle. Simply put, this definition doesn't cover all of the information that it needs to. This is Michael Wenzel, by the way.

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This is a WEAK definition. It implies that a hypotenuse is the longest side of ANY triangle, when in reality, a hypotenuse is the longest side of a RIGHT triangle. Simply put, this definition doesn't cover all of the information it needs to.

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