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Geometry

Geometry terms, definitions, yada, yada... Lol

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collinear points on the same line
plane a flat surface made up of points going to infinity in all directions
coplanar points or lines on the same plane
conditional statement If...Then statement
conditionals conjunctions (ONLY true when P and q are true)
conditional p - q
converse q -p
Inverse [negates conditional] ~p - ~q
contrapositive ~q - ~p
deductive reasoning reasoning using facts, rules, definitions or properties to reach logical conclusions
postulates (axiom) statement which describes fundamental relationships between basic terms
theorem a statement which has been proven by using definitions, postulates or a proven theorem
proof logical argument in which each statement is supported by a definition, postulate or theorem
Created by: flcl999