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Reaper534

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Define Counterexample. A. A counterexample is a way of drawing a general conclusion from special cases by examining and exploring their common properties. B. A counterexample is a conclusion developed by generalizing an idea using the inductive method. C. A counterexample is an example that does not fit the conclusion. D. A counterexample is when we use all available facts and principles to reach a specific conclusion

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  1. precal
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    square - 4 equal sides with 4 right angles

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    counter example|dw:1359764180969:dw|

  3. Reaper534
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    D?

  4. precal
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    I would be C

  5. Reaper534
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    all i kne is tht it wasnt a

  6. precal
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    A sounds more like an example

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    thx

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    can u help with one more

  9. Reaper534
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    If two angles add up to 180 degrees, then they are supplementary. We conclude that since angles A and B add up to 180 degrees, that they are supplementary. Which law or property does this example illustrate? A. Law of Syllogism B. Law of Detachment C. Transitive Property D. Symmetric Property

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