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Firejay5

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I need help with this chart for Geometry. I partially get it and need help. In case you can't read the writing: Converse - If it's a polygon then it's triangle Inverse - If it's not a triangle then it's not a polygon Contrapositive - If it's not a polygon then it's not a triangle. Medal will be rewarded for answer being accurate and correct. See below for Attachments.

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  1. Firejay5
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    @satellite73

  3. satellite73
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    true / false?

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    the statement "if it is a triangle, then it is a polygon" is obviously true the converse "if it is a polygon, then it is a triangle" is silly it could be a square for example , or an octagon so that one is false

  5. satellite73
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    the Inverse - If it's not a triangle then it's not a polygon is also False the inverse is the same as the converse

  6. Firejay5
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    I gave you the the part where my handwriting was hard to read. It's in the question.

  7. satellite73
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    and finally Contrapositive - If it's not a polygon then it's not a triangle. is the same as the original statement, so it is True

  8. Firejay5
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    @satellite73 so the counterexample for converse and inverse are the same

  9. Firejay5
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    @zepdrix Read @satellite73 answer's and help me to the parts that are false

  10. satellite73
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    yes

  11. satellite73
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    a square is a counter example for both

  12. Firejay5
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    thanks @satellite73

  13. satellite73
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    yw

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