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- Conjecture
- Inductive Reasoning
- Deductive Reasoning
- Hypothesis (for Geometry)
- Conclusion
- Converse
- Inverse
- Contrapositive
- Conjunction
- Disjunction
- Law of Detachment
- Law of Slyogism

Just give your first name and last initial please. Steve H in 1st Hour already has Conjecture which is a statement believed to be true based on Inductive Reasoning.

A conjecture is a proposition that is unproven but appears correct and has not been disproven..

ReplyDelete-Kylie Hornsby-

-9th grade-

-5th hour-

Actualy, Kylie, a conjecture in Geometry is a little different than that. In Geometry it's the "conclusion" from Inductive reasoning. That is to say we test something out and from that we make a conjecture. In a sense it's been proven because we have our test cases, our experiments, to support it.

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