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A diagonal line connecting two corners of a rectangle

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A diagonal line connecting two corners of a rectangle is also the hypotenuse of each of two right triangles contained within the rectangle, which is longer than any of the sides.

A. which is longer than any of the sides

B. and the line is longer than any of the sides

C. which is longer than the sides

D. that is longer than any of the sides

E. that is longer than any of the other sides

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B - correctly defines that the hypo is greater than any other side of the rectangle.
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