anonymous
  • anonymous
1. If two angles have equal measures, they are congruent. True False 2. Write the converse of the conditional in problem 1. 3. Is the converse from problem 2 true? True False 4. Now write the biconditional for the statement. Remember to use the phrase if and only if to combine the original statement and its converse. 5. What are the two conditionals that form the statement below? Two numbers are reciprocals if and only if their product is 1.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
6. Is the definition of a straight angle seen below reversible? If yes, write it as a true biconditional. A straight angle is an angle that measure 180 degrees. 7. Is the following statement a good definition? Explain. A square is a figure with four right angles. 8. How can you write the statement “Obtuse angles have greater measure than acute angles” so that it is a good definition? 9. Which definition for a ligament did you think was better? Explain. A ligament is made up of tissue that forms a band. A ligament is a band of tough tissue connecting bones or holding organs in place. 10. Write the second ligament definition above as a biconditional.
anonymous
  • anonymous
1. is true
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok this is complicated.

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