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a conclusion. The logical connector in a conditional

statement is denoted by the symbol . The

conditional is defined to be true unless a true

hypothesis leads to a false conclusion. A truth table

for p q is shown below.

example:

If we turn of the water (p), then the water will stop pouring

(q). If the water stops pouring (q) then we don't get wet

any more (r).

population must be women.

If the sun is made of gas, then 3 is a prime number.

having the words if and then, if means the

hypothesis and then means the conclusion.

example:

If the sun is made of gas, then 3 is a prime

number.

of the population must be women.

pouring.

same as the If and Then

statements because it still has if

and then but the statement of

the hypothesis and the

conclusion is interchange.

example:

Statement-If two angles are congruent, then they

have the same measure.

Converse-If two angles have the same measure,

then they are congruent

pairs of parallel sides.

then it is a rectangle.

The inverse

of a

negating the hypothesis and negating the

conclusion of the original statement.

In other words, the word "not" is added to

both parts of the sentence.

example:

Conditional: "If you grew up in Alaska, then

you have seen snow."

Inverse: "If you did not grow up in Alaska,

then you have not seen snow."

Conditional: "If you grew up in Alaska, then

you have seen snow."

Inverse: "If you did not grow up in Alaska,

then you have not seen snow."

The contrapositive of a

conditional statement is formed by negating both

the hypothesis and the conclusion, and

then interchanging the resulting negations.

In other words, the contrapositive negates and

switches the parts of the sentence. It does BOTH

the jobs of the INVERSE and the CONVERSE.

example:

Conditional: "If 9 is an odd number, then 9 is

divisible by 2."

Contrapositive: "If 9 is not divisible by 2,

then 9 is not an odd number."

is based on the concordance of multiple premises that are

generally assumed to be true.

Examples:

In mathematics, If A = B and B = C, then A = C.

therefore, all apples grow on trees.

hence William is single.

reasoning in which the premises seek to supply strong

evidence for (not absolute proof of) the truth of the conclusion.

While the conclusion of a deductive argument is supposed to

be certain, the truth of the conclusion of an inductive argument

is supposed to be probable, based upon the evidence given.

examples:

Jill and Bob are friends. Jill likes to dance, cook

and write. Bob likes to dance and cook. Therefore

it can be assumed he also likes to write.

time. Jennifer assumes, then, that she will always

be on time if she leaves at 7:00 a.m.

Therefore, it can be assumed that Robert is nice.

two triangles have the same shape, certain parts of one triangle must

coincide with certain parts of the other triangle. Specifically, the vertices of

each triangle must have a one-to-one correspondence. This phrase means

that the measure of each side and angle of each triangle corresponds to a

side or angle of the other triangle. As we will see, triangles don't necessarily

have to be congruent to have a one-to-one correspondence; but when they

are congruent, it is necessary to know the correspondence of the triangles

to know exactly which sides and which angles are congruent.

example:

When two triangle are written this way, ABC and DEF, it means that vertex A

corresponds with vertex D, vertex B with vertex E, and so on. This means that

side CA, for example, corresponds to side FD; it also means that angle BC,

that angle included in sides B and C, corresponds to angle EF. These

relationships aren't especially important when triangles aren't congruent or

triangles determines which angles and sides are congruent.

corresponding angles and sides are all congruent.

example:

B

F

ABC

DEF

A

F

C D

ABC

DEF

congruent if two sides of one triangle are equal to two

sides of another triangle and the included angles are

equal.

example:

ASA (Angle-Side-Angle)-

A method for

proving congruence of triangles: if two angles and their included

side are congruent to their corresponding parts in another

triangle, then the triangles are congruent.

In the figure,

Therefore, by the ASA postulate,

SSS (Side-Side-Side)-

.

.

congruence or similarity of triangles: if the three sides of a triangle are

congruent to their corresponding parts, then the triangles are congruent. If

the three sides of a triangle are proportional to their corresponding parts in

another triangle, then the triangles are similar.

Example:

In the figure,

Reflection

I learned that this lesson is very

because we can use it in many

scenarios when proving

something or making statements

or reasoning you can simply use

what you learned from deductive

reasoning and inductive

reasoning if you put your mind to

it you can use this lessons in

many scenarios.

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