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a stipulative definition is a> always trueb> always false c> sometimes true sometimes false d> neither true nor false
a stipulative definition is d> neither true nor false
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User: a stipulative definition is a> always trueb> always false c> sometimes true sometimes false d> neither true nor false





Weegy: a stipulative definition is d> neither true nor false
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User: let a means minus(-), b means multuplied by(*), c means divided by and d means plus(+). the value of 90d9a29c10b2 is

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