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Geo - Unit 2 prt 2

Vocabulary words for unit 2 geometry

Biconditional When a conditional and its converse are both true.
Good definition Statement that can be written as a biconditional.
Inductive Reasoning Reasoning based on patterns you observe.
Deductive Reasoning Reasoning logically from given statements to make a conclusion.
Law of Detachment In a conditional, if the hypothesis comes true then the conclusion will come true.
Law of Syllogism Drawing a conclusion from two conditionals in which the conclusion of one conditional is the hypothesis of the other conditional.
Algebraic proof Proof made up of a series of algebraic statements.
Two-column or formal proof Proof that contains statements and reasons organized in columns.
Vertical Angles Two angles formed by intersecting lines
Adjacent Angles Two angles that share a common side.
Complementary Angles Two angles whose sum is 90
Supplementary Angles Two angles whose sum is 180
Created by: MrsMWilliams