anonymous
  • anonymous
If a triangle has one obtuse angle, then it is an obtuse triangle. Which of the following statements is the contrapositive of the conditional above? Choose one answer. a. If a triangle is not obtuse, then it has one obtuse angle. b. If a triangle is obtuse, then it has one obtuse angle. c. If a triangle is not obtuse, then it does not have one obtuse angle. d. If a triangle does not have one obtuse angle, then it is not an obtuse triangle.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
if p then q contrapositive is if not q then not p
Lime
  • Lime
A contrapositive negates both terms and reverses the direction of the inference.
Lime
  • Lime
I believe the answer may be C or D. This term is tricky.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Daish96 here it is
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes its very tricky
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's not tricky just apply the rule i gave
Lime
  • Lime
D is your best bet. It's more precise and reversed.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i kno the rule but its confusing
anonymous
  • anonymous
is this algebrae or two because maybe i can look it up and try to help out. I'm going to try cuz its confusing but i'm not going to give up on u.
anonymous
  • anonymous
geometry
anonymous
  • anonymous
not geometry, logic
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks so much @Daish96 and @Lime
anonymous
  • anonymous
uhm we dnt need ur sarcasim here @estudier
anonymous
  • anonymous
What sarcasm???
anonymous
  • anonymous
i felt like u were being sarcastic
Lime
  • Lime
Let's not get into an argument here. Geometry uses logic. Agree to disagree.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, I did not mean for you or anyone else to feel that way...
anonymous
  • anonymous
well i apologize for taking it the wrong way.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok i got it from wat's in my geometry book d sounds like the most conserved answer because it makes more since
anonymous
  • anonymous
ohk thanks so much because i was about to put C
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol become my fan i'll help yu out as much as can on here just holla at me and i'll be there for yu
anonymous
  • anonymous
did yu get the answer right
anonymous
  • anonymous
no lol it was C
anonymous
  • anonymous
but thanks for all the help
anonymous
  • anonymous
i'm sorry i was trying help my bad
anonymous
  • anonymous
its soo ohk i still got half a point for it i just didnt get the full point but thanks so much at least u tried thts all i ask for
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol np just hit me up with any question i'll be here to help bye
anonymous
  • anonymous
ohk thnks
anonymous
  • anonymous
If obtuse angle (p), then obtuse triangle (q) We want - If not q then not p so If not obtuse triangle then not obtuse angle which is C
Lime
  • Lime
That was a 50/50 chance. I apologize I was not able to help you to my full extent.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank u @Lime u tried i appriciate tht very much

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