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Geometry - logic
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A statement in the form: "If ... then..."; example:
If p, then q
If (x + 1) = 5, then x = 4.
Hypothesis or Premise
the part of a conditional statement, following the word, "If..."
a process of reasoning, a rule or statement that's true because specific cases are true.
the part of a conditional statement, following the word "then..."
a statement formed by negating the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement
If NOT (x+1) = 5, then NOT x =4
A statement that can be written in the form "p if AND ONLY IF q"
a diagram to show relationships between sets, also used to compare and contrast
a style of proof where the statements on the left, and the reasons are in the right column.
flow chart proof
style of proof that uses boxes and arrows to show structures of proofs
process of using logic to draw conclusions
statement formed by 2 things: (1) exchanging and negating the hypothesis (premise) and (2) conclusion of a conditional statement.
a statement formed by exchanging the hypothesis (premise) and conclusion of a conditional statement
the process of arriving at a conclusion based on a set of observations
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