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H Harsh Kankaria
Following are three examples of sentences which are not statements. How beautiful! - This is an exclamation. Hence not a statement. Open the door. - This is an order. Hence not a statement. Where are you going? - This is a question. Hence not a statement.

H Harsh Kankaria
All real numbers can be written in the form of a + i(0) (when a is a real number). This shows that all real numbers are complex numbers. Hence the sentence is always true. So it is a statement.

H Harsh Kankaria
This may be true or false. Hence this is not a statement.

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The sum of all interior angles of a triangle is 180 °. This sentence is true always. Hence this is a statement.

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The product of (-1) and 8 = -1 x 8 = -8. Hence the given sentence is false. So it is a statement.

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The give sentence is an order. Hence it is not a statement.

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The sentence is true for square and rhombus but not true for the rectangle. Hence it is not a statement.

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, which is even, and , which is odd. So the square of a number may be even or may be odd. Hence it is not a statement.

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Sum of 5 and 7 = 5 + 7 = 12 > 10. Hence the sentence is true. So it is a statement.