How are these following statements differ in Advaitam, Vishishtadvaitam, Dvaitam?
Brahman is pure consciousness.
Fully awake, self-referral dynamism (of the universe) born of the infinite
organizing power of pure knowledge, the Veda—fully awake totality of
the individual consciousness is Brahm, which comprehends the infinite
dynamism of the universe in the infinite silence of the Self.

I am Brahman.
I am totality.
I am singularity
I am self-referral consciousness.
(Brihadaranyak Upanishad, 1.4.10)

Thou art that.
(Chhandogya Upanishad, 6.11)

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This Atma (individual Self) is Brahm (Universal Self).
This Self is Brahm (the wholeness of life).
This pure, silent, simple singularity of Atma is the Totality—Brahm.
(Mandukya Upanishad,2)

All this is Brahm—Totality.

(Chhandogya Upanishad, 3.14.1)

There is nothing else anywhere.
(Chhandogya Upanishad, 3.14.1)

Far, far away the indweller of the house, the Self, is seen reverberating.
(Rik Veda, 7.1.1) Rishi Vasishta

Do these mean differently in different paths?