Final Exam - Final Exam Introduction to Geometry MTH 210...

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Final Exam Introduction to Geometry MTH 210 Lindsey Arthur Please type all answers on this document, save it and submit it to the assignments tab. Show your work when possible for partial credit. 1. Determine if the conclusion follows logically from the premises and state whether the reasoning is inductive or deductive. Premise : If you are a mathematics major, then you can compute discounts on sale items. Premise: Becky is a mathematics major. Conclusion : Becky can compute discounts on sale items. Answer: The conclusion follows logically; deductive reasoning 2. If and and R and S are supplementary, find y. Answer: y=20 (30 – y) + (9y – 10) = 180 20 – 8y = 180 8y = 160 Y = 20 3. Give the inverse of the statement: If it’s gold, then it glitters. If it’s not gold, then it doesn’t glitter 4. Explain your reasoning in one or two complete sentences. Can two supplementary angles both be obtuse?
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No, because an obtuse angle is greater than 90° and the sum of two angles would be greater than 90 and not equal to 180. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2011 for the course MTH 210 taught by Professor Arthur during the Winter '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Final Exam - Final Exam Introduction to Geometry MTH 210...

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