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If It Is Snowing Outside, Then I Will Smile. Allyson Schloesser Period 1 September 2009

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If its snowing outside, then its beautiful outside.

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If its beautiful outside, then I will make a snow angle.

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If I make a snow angle, then I will want to make a snowman.

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If I make a snowman, then I will want to have a snowball fight.

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If I have a snowball fight, then my friends will join.

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If my friends join, then it will be a party.

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If its a winter party, then everyone will be laughing.

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If everyone is laughing, then they are happy.

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If my friends are happy, then I am having a great time.

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If I am having a great time, then I will want to play in the snow some more.

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If I want to play in the snow some more, then I will be hyper.

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If I am hyper, then my friends will make fun of me.

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If my friends make fun of me, then I will smile.

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If its snowing outside, then I will smile :]

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Epilogue: Reference (conditional): If its snowing outside, then I am smiling. Converse: If I am smiling, then its snowing out side. Inverse: If its not snowing outside, then I am not smiling. Contrapositive: If I am not smiling, then its not snowing outside.

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______30_______(30 points) Three points for each conditional statement. Did you underline the hypothesis and italic the conclusion? ______12_______(12 points) Four points each for one converse, inverse, contrapositive statement with the hypothesis and conclusion identified. Did you reference the original conditional you used? _______6_______(6 points) Six points for identifying the theorem your story proves. _______5_______(5 points) Creativity and originality _______5_______(5 points) Effort _______2_______(2 points) Title and Author _______8_______(8 points) Extra Credit for two additional statements of your choice. Did you identify the hypothesis and conclusion of these statements and reference the original conditional statement in a footnote? _68_ Total Show your stuff! Have fun with this! Ms Hall 60 61-68 = A+ 54-60 = A 48-53 = B 42-47 = C 36-41 = D <36 = F RUBRIC:

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