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knowel

  • one year ago

please help!! Read the following two statements. Then use the Law of Syllogism to draw a conclusion. If three points lie on the same line, they are collinear. If three points are collinear, they lie in the same plane. The three points are collinear. If three points do not lie in the same plane, they do not lie on the same line. The three points lie in the same plane. If three points lie in the same line, they lie in the same plane.

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  1. knowel
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    b and b are exactly the same let D be the assessment "three points lie on the same line" and B the assessment "three points lie on the same plane" the d) reads D=>B and b) read not(B) => not (D) a) reads just D ANSWER: d) and a) imply B ALTERNATIVA ANSWER: b) and a) imply d)

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    If three points lie on the same line, they are collinear. Same line implies collinearity of points. If three points are collinear, they lie in the same plane. Collinearity of points implies same plane. L --> C C --> P -------- Therefore, L --> P If three points lie in the same line, they lie in the same plane

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