If three points are on the same line, then they are colinear. Points X, Y, and Z are on line m. Use the law of detachment to make a conclusion. If it is not possible to make a conclusdion, tell why. Thank you!
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what is that law stating?
I think THey want you to prove that if X,Y,and Z are on the same line, they are colinear, using that law
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General form of that Logic
- conditional statement, maybe an If/Then
- some statement to test (hypothesis)
- A Conclusion based on the previous two lines, the hypothesis uses the condition to make a conclusion, i think
So what you're saying is I should write it like this? "Points X,Y, and Z are collinear," and that's my answer?
I would write these three in order --
1) If three points lie on the same line, then they are colinear
2) Points x,y,z are on the same line m
3) therefore, x,y,z are three colinear points