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In a geometry class, the students were asked to write statements that are logically equivalent to the statement shown below. If a line segment joins two points on the circle, then it is a chord. Below are the responses of four students. Which student’s response is correct? Student 2: If a line segment is not a chord, then it does not join two points on the circle. Student 3: If a line segment does not join two points on the circle, then the line segment is a chord. Student 1: If a line segment is not a chord, then it joins two points on the circle. Student 4: If a line se
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In a geometry class, the students were asked to write statements that are logically equivalent to the statement shown below. If a line segment joins two points on the circle, then it is a chord. Below are the responses of four students. Which student’s response is correct?
remember that a contrapositive statement is always logical to a conditional statement (if, then statement)
I think i'm thinking way to much about this question...or im getting lost in it...please help J.L
You know what a contrapositive is right?
mhm i got that...would it be Student 2?
thanks J.L. :) again lol