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In the figure above, if PQRS is a square and QT = TR, which

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In the figure above, if PQRS is a square and QT = TR, which of the following
statements is NOT true?
(A) PT = TS
(B) x = y
(C) u = v
(D) r = y
(E) The area of ΔPQT is equal to the area of ΔSRT.
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D. If not D...then no T...the segment will have to be a diagonal.
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Definately D.

can use congruency to prove the others, save D.
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