Given the Conditional: If x2=49, then x= 7, what is the truth value?

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False

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Skew Lines

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adjacent

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two coplanar angles that have a common side and a common vertex but no common interior points

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Orthocenter

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Circumcenter

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Alternate Interior Angles

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Subtraction Property

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If x+ 13=9, then x=4

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median

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a segment that has as its endpoints a vertex of the triangle and the midpoint of the opposite side

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Acute Scalene

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Corresponding Angles

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collinear

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points that lie on the same line

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contrapositive

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The ______________________ of the conditional " if p then q" is the conditional " if not q, then not p"

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Complementary angles

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Scalene Right

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Given the Conditional: If x2=49, then x= 7, what is the converse?

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If x=7, then x2= 49.

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Incenter

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Division Property

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If 3x=48, then x=16

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Same-Side Interior Angles

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Adjacent Angles

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convex

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has no diagonal with points outside the polygon

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Vertical Angles

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Opposite Rays

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Perpendicular Lines

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scalene

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a triangle that has no congruent sides

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congruent

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segments, angles or figures that are the same measurement

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Equilateral

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altitude

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a perpendicular segment from a vertex to the line containing the side opposite that vertex

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regular

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a polygon that is both equilateral and equiangular

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Centroid

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Given the Conditional: If x2=49, then x= 7, what is the conclusion?

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Then x=7

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Addition Property

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If x-7=27, then x=34

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inverse

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the ________of the conditional "if p, then q is the conditional " if not p, then not q"

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Given the Conditional: If x2=49, then x= 7, what is a counterexample?

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x=(-7)

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Transitive Property

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concave

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has at least one diagonal with points outside the polygon

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conjecture

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a conclusion reached by using inductive reasoning

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Isosceles

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a triangle that has at least 2 congruent sides. The congruent sides are called legs with a vertex angle between them. The third side is called the base with the other two angles being called the base angles.