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5 Written questions 1. if p then q is true and p is true then q is true. TYPE THE ANSWER 2. reasoning based on observed patterns TYPE THE ANSWER 3. a statement that can be written in the form "p if and only if q" TYPE THE ANSWER
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4. (p > q) :: (~q > ~p) TYPE THE ANSWER 5. the q part of a conditional statement TYPE THE ANSWER 5 Matching questions 1. inverse statement 2. conditional statement 3. contrapositive statement 4. converse statement 5. Modus Tollens
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A. a statement that can be written in if-then form B. If q, then p C. If P then Q Not Q Therefore not P D. If not q, then not p E. If not p, then not q 5 Multiple choice questions 1. an example that proves that a conjecture or statement is false 1. counterexample 2. bi-conditional statement 3. conditional statement 4. conjecture 2. the p part of a conditional statement
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1. Law of Syllogism 2. hypothesis 3. conclusion 4. negation 3. reasoning in which a conclusion is reached using facts, definitions, rules, or
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Unformatted text preview: postulates 1. deductive reasoning 2. inductive reasoning 3. direct proof 4. conditional statement 4. a proof that starts with the given statements and uses the laws of logic to arrive at the statement to be proved 1. direct proof 2. Modus Ponens 3. conjecture 4. counterexample 5. the opposite of the original statement 1. conclusion 2. negation 3. patterns 4. observation 5 True/False questions 1. studying something and reaching a conclusion → observation True False 2. If p-->q and q-->r are true statements, then p-->r is a true statement. → Law of Syllogism True False 3. either true or false → truth value of a statement True False 4. things that repeat → negation True False 5. a statement made based on observation or inductive reasoning → conjecture True False...
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