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Chapter Test B
For use after Chapter 1
In Questions 13, predict the next three numbers.
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Geometry Vocabulary Assignment
Due October 20, 2011 (35 Points)
The concepts we have learned so far in geometry can be found in the real world. I would like
you to find such examples in magazines, newspapers, other print, or printe
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2.2 Notes- Conditional Statements
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Conjectureeducatedguess(lookatafewexamplesandguess)
Conjectures can be TRUE of FALSE
Counterexampleanexamplethatprovesaconjecturefalse
Ex1:Mrs.Melogranasaysallprimenumbersareodd.
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2.2 & 2.3 Bi-Conditionals, Converse, Inverse, Contra-positive
Directions: Re-Write the bi-conditional statement as a conditional statement and its converse.
1. The ceiling fan runs if and only if the light switch is on.
Conditional statement
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Deduce(deductive reasoning):
Example: Your friend is wearing red today. He wears red only when there is a home
game. You use these facts to deduce that _.
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Proofs and Properties
List the Properties that we have learned to justify each step of the proofs.
2.5 Algebra
Fill in the proof with the correct steps and label the reasoning on the right.
Example 1: Given: 7=2x - 5 Prove x=6
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Example: Given: IEDG = /.FDH
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