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1.3 Making Conjectures Exploration Activity page 14 Vertex - Edge - 1. Copy each network below 2. Try to trace each network without lifting your pencil or retracing an edge. Which networks are traceable? 3. For each network count how many edges meet at each vertex. 4. Complete the table below. Network Number of odd vertices Traceable? (y or n) House A B C D E Odd vertex - Even vertex - 5. Sketch a network with 4 odd vertices and 0 even vertices below. Is it traceable? NOTES
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Conjecture - 6. Make a conjecture about how you can tell if a network is traceable.
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Unformatted text preview: Conditional Statement- Example: Hypothesis- Conclusion- Counterexample- CKC page 16 1. If a figure is a square , then it has 4 lines of symmetry. 2. The expression (a-b) 2 represents a positive number if a does not equal b. 3. People who live in a glass house shouldn’t throw stones. 4. If the person has seen a doctor, then the person has a broken arm. 5. If n=3, then 2n-2=4. 6. If n is a whole number, then n 2 +n+11 is an odd number....
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2010 for the course MATH Geo100 taught by Professor Any during the Spring '10 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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