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Hon. Geo, C. 2 L 4-8

Unfinished: Honors Geometry. Study Guide. Key terms. LG © 09/21/05

Law of Syllogism similar to Transitive Property of Equality ex: If p-->q and q-->r are true, then p-->r is also true.
deductive reasoning the process that doctors use to determine the amount of medicine a patient should take; uses examples to amke a conjecture; uses facts, rules, definitions, or properties to reach logical conlusions
Law of Detachment a form of deductive reasoning that is used to draw conclusions from true conditional statements
Created by: villanova