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If-then Statement

Prepared by: Gena Clarish G. Carreon

If – then statement The “if” part of a theorem is its hypothesis (represented by p) and the “then” part is its conclusion (represented by q). .

Carreon .Inductive and Deductive Reasoning in Geometry Prepared by: Gena Clarish G.

. Look for a pattern and draw a conclusion.Inductive Reasoning  A process of arriving at a certain conclusion based on several past observations.

29 ___ 37 C) . 24. 12. 6. 48 ___ 96 B) 1. 11. 22. 16. ___. 1: Find the next term in the sequence: A) 3. ___.Ex. 7. 2. 4.

 Ex. 5. 1: 3. Counter Example – To a conjecture is an example for which the conjecture is incorrect. ___ . 7.

but that gives us 9. 7.11 3. ___  One would think that the rule is adding 2. 5. Is that true? What is the next odd prime number? .

Inductive Reasoning 1. . 2. 3. Prove the conjecture or find a counterexample. Make a conjecture. Look for a pattern.

Deductive Reasoning Conclusion are based on previously assumed or proven statements such as definitions. postulates and theorem. .

60◦ Therefore.Geometry example… Triangle Sum Property x the sum of the angles of any triangle is always 180 degrees. angle x = 30° .

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_________ 2.Inductive or Deductive reasoning? ________ 1. Toyota must be producing only blue cars. The milk in the package is already spoiled. Milk spoils about 1 week after the expiration date on the package. I have seen eight Toyota cars pass by and they were all in blue. . It has been 2 weeks after the expiration date on the package.

The trash can . Bacteria multiply at a faster rate if they are in a warm place.Inductive or Deductive reasoning? _________ 3.