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Geometry project

A set of all points. Space
A flat surface with no thikness, two dimensional. Plane
Part of a line consisting of two enpoints and all the points between. Segment
Part of a line with one endpoint. Ray
Points that lie on the same plane, any 3 points are _______. Coplanar
Non-Coplanar lines that never intersect. Skew
Coplanar lines that intersect to form right angles. Perpindicular
An accepted statment or fact. Postulate
Points that lie on the same line, any two points are ________. Collinear
Two collinear rays with the same endpoint (Always forms a line) Opposite Rays
THe process of looking for patterns and making conjectures. (Reasoning based on patterns) Inductive Reasoning
An unproven statement that is based on observation (A Conclusion you reach after using inductive reasoning) Conjecture
An example that shows a conjecture is false. Counter Example
Process of reasoning logically from given statements to a conclusion. (Using facts, definitions, and accepted properties in a logical order) Deductive Reasoning
A "If..., Then..." statement. Conditional Statement
The part that comeas after the "If". Hypothesis
The part that comes after the "Then". Conclusion
Is formed by swithcing the hypothesis and conclusion in a conditional statement. Converse
Negat the hypothesis and conclusino of a conditinoal statement. Inverse
Negate the hypothesis and conclusion of the converse of a conditinoal statement. Contrapositive
Created by: garrettjeremy