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Def: A Conditional is an if-then statement In symbols The hypothesis is the p-part And the conclusion is the q-part
Identify the hypothesis and conclusion of the following statement. If an animal is a robin, then the animal is a bird.
Ex: Write the following statement as a conditional Vertical angles share a vertex.
Related conditional statements Conditional: if p, then q Converse: If q, then p Inverse: If ~p, then ~q Contrapositive: If ~q, then ~p
Given the following statement, tell if it is t/f then write the converse, inverse and contrapositive and tell if they are t/f Conditional: “if, then is acute. Converse: Inverse: Contrapositive:
Hwk: p. 93, #5-27 odd, 32,35
2-2 Conditional Statements Objectives: To recognize conditional statements and their parts To write converses, inverses, and contrapositives of conditionals.
2.2 Conditional Statements You can describe some mathematical relationships using a variety of if-then statements. A conditional – an if-then statement.
2-2 Conditional Statements. Conditional: is an if-then statement Hypothesis: is the part p following the if Conclusion: is the part of the q following.
Learning Targets I can recognize conditional statements and their parts. I can write the converse of conditional statements. 6/1/2016Geometry4.
Logic and Proofs. 2-2 Conditional Statements Conditional statements are just that – statements that contain a condition. If p then q p is the Hypothesis.
2.2 Conditional Statements Geometry Chapter 2: Reasoning and Proof.
Part 2 Conditional Statements. A conditional is an If – then statement – p q (read as if p then q or p implies q) The Hypothesis is the part p following.
Outside across from the word: › write the symbol for conditional: p -> q INSIDE: › How to write the statement : If p, then q. › Example : If an angle.
Warm Up Week 7 1) find the slope between the two points: ( 2, -9 ) and ( -13, 21 )
Conditional Statements Section 2-3 Conditional Statements If-then statements are called conditional statements. The portion of the sentence following.
10/21/2015Geometry1 Conditional Statements. 10/21/2015Geometry2 Goals Recognize and analyze a conditional statement Write postulates about points, lines,
Day 2 Additional material. Negation terms 1) Negation symbol: ~ 2) Inverse statement – Put “not” in both the hypothesis and conclusion of the conditional.
Section 2.1 Notes Conditional Statements. Conditional Statement A type of logic statement that has two parts: a hypothesis and a conclusion We will write.
2.2 Conditional Statements Goal: Students will be able: To recognize conditional statements and their parts. To write converses, inverses, and contrapositives.
10/21/2015Geometry1 Section 2.1 Conditional Statements.
CONDITIONALS. Conditional Statement: Any statement that is or can be written in if- then form. That is, If p then q.
CONDITIONAL STATEMENTS Intro to AlgebraFarris 2015.
Conditional Statements. Conditionals Definition A conditional is an if-then statement. Symbolic p q read If p, then q or p implies q Diagram p q.
Conditional Statements. Objectives Write statements in if-then form. Write statements in if-then form. Write the converse, inverse, and contrapositive.
Section 2-1 Conditional Statements. Conditional statements Have two parts: 1. Hypothesis (p) 2. Conclusion (q)
Review for Quiz tomorrow. D, H, L, P,…. West, south, east ….. 100, 81, 64, 49, …….
Logic Section 2.1. Symbols and or If …, then… not.
Section 2.2 Homework Quiz Question Put the following Conditional Statement into If Then Form: All birds have feathers.
Warm Up Complete the conjecture by looking for a pattern in the diagram below. The number of sides of a polygon that has n vertices is________________.
Conditional Statement A conditional statement has two parts, a hypothesis and a conclusion. When conditional statements are written in if-then form, the.
1 U1-C1-L1 Logic: Conditional Statements. Conditional Statements 2 Conditional Statement Definition:A conditional statement is a statement that can be.
Bellringer: Tuesday, September 1 Come up with a conjecture and a counterexample within your groups. Be prepared to share with the class. (you do not have.
Lesson 2.1 Conditional Statements. Conditional Statement Two parts: hypothesis and conclusion If-then form.
By phrasing a conjecture as an if-then statement, you can quickly identify its hypothesis and conclusion.
Warm Up Week 6 m ∡ 9 = 33º ) What is m ∡ 7? 2) What is m ∡ 8?
2.2: If-Then Statements p ways to write statements: 1.Conditional statement 2.Converse 3.Inverse 4.Contrapositive.
Conditional Statements. 1) To recognize conditional statements and their parts. 2) To write converses, inverses, and contrapositives of conditionals.
MA.912.D.6.2: Find the converse, inverse and contrapositive of a statement. Which of the following is the converse of the following statement? "If you.
Unit 2 Part 1 Conditional, Converse, Inverse, and Contra- Positive Statements.
Conditional Statements 1. 2 Definition: A conditional statement is _______________ _____________________________________ Example: ____ your feet smell.
TRUTH TABLES Determine how the statement is written and the truth values associated with them.
Review Complete the chart: pq Conditional p q Converse _ _ TT TF FT FF.
Conditional Statements Conditional Statement: “If, then” format. Converse: “Flipping the Logic” –Still “if, then” format, but we switch the hypothesis.
Section 2.1 Geometric Statements. Definitions: Conditionals, Hypothesis, & Conclusions: A conditional statement is a logical statement that has two parts:
Conditional Statements Mrs. Spitz Modifyied by Mrs. Ortiz-Smith Geometry.
Conditional Statements Learning Target: I can write converses, inverses, and contrapositives of conditionals.
2.1 Conditional Statements Goals Recognize a conditional statement Write postulates about points, lines and planes.
Conditional Statements. Standards/Objectives: Students will learn and apply geometric concepts. Objectives: –Recognize and analyze a conditional statement.
2.1 Conditional Statements. Conditional Statement Conditional statement has two parts, hypothesis and a conclusion. If _____________, then____________.
Conditional Statements 1. 2 Definition: A conditional statement is a logical statement that can be written in if-then form. “If _____________, then ______________.”
1 Conditional Statements “IF-THEN”. If- Then Statements If- Then Statements are commonly used in everyday life. Advertisement might say: “If you buy our.
2.1 Conditional Statements Goal 1: Recognizing Conditional Statements Goal 2: Using Point, Line, and Plane Postulates CAS 1,3.
Entry Task Determine if each statement is true or false. 1. The measure of an obtuse angle is less than 90°. 2. All perfect-square numbers are positive.
If-Then Statements 2-1. EXAMPLE 1 Rewrite a statement in if-then form Rewrite the conditional statement in if-then form. All birds have feathers. a. b.
Conditional Statements Conditional - Conditionals are formed by joining two statements with the words if and then: If p, then q. The if-statement is the.
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