← Geometry Chapter 2 Test
4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- a new conditional statement that is formed by exchanging the hypothesis and the conclusion.
- two angles opposite to each other when two lines intersect. vertical does not mean up and down.
- pair of supplementary angles that are adjacent (named after the line formed by their outer sides.)
- lines that intersect to form right angles.
3 True/False Questions
conditional statement → a statement that combines a conditional statement and its converse when both are true.
complementary angles → angles whose sum is 180. they do not need to be adjacent angles. each angles is the supplement of eachother.
counterexample → an example that disproves a conditional statement; shows that the conclusion doesnt always follow from the hypothesis. hypothesis is true, conclusion is false.