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Name _______________________________

Trees have wings and my uncle is a tree, therefore my uncle has wings.

The conclusion is valid (correctly reasoned), even though the first two statements and the conclusion are

totally untrue.

If the statements are _______________ AND the reasoning is _______________, the conclusion will be

_______________.

_____ 1. Based on the Venn diagram, which statement is valid? (You don’t have to know what an

arachnid is to answer the question.)

B. Some arachnids are spiders.

C. Some spiders are arachnids. Spiders

D. All spiders are insects.

B. All rectangles are squares.

C. All parallelograms are rectangles.

D. Some squares are rhombuses. Rectangles Squares Rhombuses

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Geometry – Venn Diagrams & Conditional Statements & Converses 06 - 07

_________________ ____________________

Words: ____________________________________________________________________________

_________________ ____________________

Underline the hypothesis and circle the conclusion. Then, write in symbols.

2

Geometry – Venn Diagrams & Conditional Statements & Converses 06 - 07

8.

animals ____________________________________

dogs ____________________________________

9. ____________________________________

q

____________________________________

p

10.

If you are a resident of Fairfax City,

then you live in Virginia.

11.

r b : If r, then b.

Construct a Venn diagram for the statement. Then, write it as a conditional statement.

12. I go to the movies only on Fridays. 13. I will smile only if I earn an A.

3

Geometry – Venn Diagrams & Conditional Statements & Converses 06 - 07

hypothesis - __________________________________________________________________________

conclusion - __________________________________________________________________________

hypothesis - __________________________________________________________________________

conclusion - __________________________________________________________________________

hypothesis and conclusion.

Converse: ______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

Homework

4

Geometry – Venn Diagrams & Conditional Statements & Converses 06 - 07

_____ 1. Which of the following Venn diagrams shows that the following reasoning is valid?

All rainy days are cloudy. Today is not cloudy. Therefore, today is not rainy.

A. B.

cloudy cloudy

rainy

rainy

C. D.

cloudy rainy

rainy cloudy

_____ 2. Which of the following statements is true, based on the Venn diagram?

Triangles

scalene

isosceles acute

B. Some isosceles triangles are scalene.

C. All acute triangles are scalene.

D. Some scalene triangles are acute.

Homework

5

Geometry – Venn Diagrams & Conditional Statements & Converses 06 - 07

Underline the hypothesis and circle the conclusion.

Write the conditional statement represented by the Venn diagram or vice versa.

11.

____________________________________

nocturnal

animals

____________________________________

owls

____________________________________

12.

t

____________________________________

m ____________________________________

13.

Homework

6

Geometry – Venn Diagrams & Conditional Statements & Converses 06 - 07

Construct a Venn diagram for the statement. Then, write it as a conditional statement.

hypothesis - __________________________________________________________________________

conclusion - __________________________________________________________________________

Converse: ____________________________________________________________________________

Homework

7

Geometry – Venn Diagrams & Conditional Statements & Converses 06 - 07

17. Conditional: If two points lie on the same line, then they are collinear.

hypothesis - __________________________________________________________________________

conclusion - __________________________________________________________________________

Converse: ____________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________

B. If a triangle is isosceles, then it is obtuse.

C. If a triangle is right, then it is not obtuse. Triangles

D. If a triangle is obtuse, then it is isosceles. isosceles right

obtuse

B. If a triangle is acute, then it is isosceles.

C. If a triangle is scalene, then it is not isosceles. Triangles

D. If a triangle is acute, then it is not scalene. scalene

isosceles acute

Homework

8

Geometry – Venn Diagrams & Conditional Statements & Converses 06 - 07

_____ 20. Which conditional statement is represented by the Venn diagram?

Parallelograms

B. If a parallelogram is a rectangle, then it is a square.

C. If a parallelogram is a square, then it is a rectangle.

D. If a parallelogram is a rectangle, then it is a rhombus.

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