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Geometry Review 2

Geometry Finals Review 2: Keywords

Premise a statement that is presumed to be true in the course of a logical argument
Deductive Reasoning a type of reasoning that uses previously proven or accepted properties to reach conclusions
Inductive Reasoning a type of reasoning that is based on observations of patterns and past events
Proof a clear, logical structure of reasoning that begins from accepted ideas and proceeds through logic to reach a conclusion
Conjecture an educated guess based on observations
Valid Argument an argument in which, if the premises are all true, then the conclusion must also be true.
Law of Contrapositives a conditional statement is true only if its contrapositive is true.
Euler Diagram a diagram with an outer circle enclosing an inner circle, which might enclose another inner circle, which might enclose another inner circle, and so on, representing how conditional statements are related to each other.
Polygon A three or more sided, closed figure, that has any two segments that intersect exactly once, and lays flat on a plane.
Equiangular Polygon a polygon with congruent angles
Equilateral Polygon a polygon with congruent sides
Regular Polygon a polygon with congruent angles and congruent sides
Scalene Triangle A triangle with no congruent sides.
Isosceles Triangle A triangle with two congruent sides
Equilateral Triangle A triangle where all the sides are congruent.
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