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# A figure in the plane is said to be 'circle-receptive' if a circle tou

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A figure in the plane is said to be 'circle-receptive' if a circle touching every side of the figure can be drawn inside the figure, and a circle touching every vertex of the figure can be drawn outside the figure. Which of the following figures is not 'circle-receptive'?

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A figure in the plane is said to be 'circle-receptive' if a circle touching every side of the figure can be drawn inside the figure, and a circle touching every vertex of the figure can be drawn outside the figure. Which of the following figures is not 'circle-receptive'?

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Only Option A is not circle receptive.
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