2.2 Biconditional Statements Int Geom - Int Geometry DN NBQ HW p 82-83 14-30 E Lesson 2.2 Definitions Biconditionals Obj SWBAT recognize and use

2.2 Biconditional Statements Int Geom - Int Geometry DN NBQ...

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Int Geometry 9/28/12
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DN - NBQ HW – p. 82-83 # 14-30 E Lesson: 2.2 Definitions & Biconditionals Obj. – SWBAT recognize and use definitions and biconditional statements ( If and only if )
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Ex. 1 Decide if each statement is true. U R S T a) Points R,S, and T are collinear.
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Ex. 1 Decide if each statement is true. U R S T a)Points R,S, and T are collinear.
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Ex. 1 Decide if each statement is true. U R Sa)Points R,S, and T are collinear. T b)Ray SU is perpendicular to line RT
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Ex. 1 Decide if each statement is true. U R Sa)Points R,S, and T are collinear. T b)Ray SU is perpendicular to line RT
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Conditional statements are not always written in If-Then form. It is Saturday , only if I am working at the restaurant. Hypothesis Conclusion You can rewrite it in conditional form If
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  • Fall '12
  • Adamczak,John
  • Geometry, Switch statement, If and only if, Logical equality, Logical biconditional, Points R,S

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