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KQ Geo Chapter 2

Geomentry Chapter 2 Vocabulary

Two coplanar angles that have a commonside and a common vertex but no common interior points Adjacent Angles
The combination of a conditional statement and its converse. Contains the words "if and only if." Biconditional
Two angles that total 90 degrees Complementary Angle
The part of an if-the statement (conditional) that follows then. Conclusion
It is the condition "if q, then p" of the condition "if p then q." (opposite) COnverse
The process of reasoning logically form given focus to a conlusion. Deductive reasoning
The part the follows "If" in an "If Then" statment Hypothesis
A law of deductive reasoning Law of detachment
Allows you to state a conclusion from the true conditional statement when the conclusion of a one statment is the hypothesis of the other statment Law of Syllogism
The statement and reson are connected in sentences Paragraph Proof
A=A AB=AB Reflecive property
Two angles that total 180 degrees Supplementaty Angle
If AB is not equal to CD then CD is not equal to AB Symmetric Property
A conjecture that is proven the theirem vertical angles ar congruent can be proven by usin postulate, definition, properties and previous stated theorems Theorem
IF AB is not equal to CD and CD is not equal to EF the AB is not equal to EF Transitive property
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