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For the question, express each of these compound statements in words:

$\begin{array}{ccccccccccccc}{\mathbf{a.}} {p \wedge q} & {\mathbf{b.}} {\neg p \wedge q} & {\mathbf{c.}} {p \wedge \neg q} & {\mathbf{d.}} {\neg p \wedge \neg q} & {} & {\mathbf{e.}} {\neg(p \wedge q)}\end{array}$

p :ABCD is a parallelogram. q: ABCD is a rectangle. Which of the statements a to e cannot possibly be true in this case?

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1 of 9The goal of this task is to write the statements $p$ and $q$ as compound statements following the given type of **conjunctions** in $a$ to $e$.

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