Statement: If an angle has a measure of 30°, then it is an acute angle. Inverse: If an angle does not have a measure of 30°, then it is not an acute angle. Converse: If an angle is acute, then it has a measure of 30°. Contrapositive: If an angle is not acute, then it does not have a measure of 30°. Determine which of the four statements are TRUE. A) Inverse and Converse B) Statement and Converse C) Converse and Contrapositive D) Statement and Contrapositive
Let us label p = angle has measure of 30 , q = it is an acute angle So the statement abbreviated is "if p then q " we write p ->q abbreviate the if then stuff. The inverse is , if not p then not q. ~p -> ~q the converse: if q then p q->p contrapositive : if not q then not p ~q -> ~p now can you answer it?
ok , does the p-> q make sense. we are shortening the statement by labeling
ok i didnt actually solve this, i just set up the problem .
so there are 4 statements being considered original statement : p->q inverse : ~ p -> ~ q converse : q -> p contrapositive: ~q -> ~ p
p->q is also called a conditional by the way, p is the hypothesis and q is the conclusion. also another term for p->q is "hypothetical". just synonyms
ok so far? so the question is asking, which pairs are true, are the statement and converse true. if i live in LA then i live in california (original statement) converse : if i live in california then i live in LA. see here both statements are false
errr, not both, but the second statement is false. the point is, is it true always that both the original statement its converse is true?
err, i didnt read that statement. but its a fact that if the original statement is true then the contrapositive is true , ( and if the original statement is false, then the contarpositive is false)
if an angle is 30 , then it is acute. the converse is , if an angle is acute, then it is 30. obviously this is false. case in point, if the angle is say 20 it is acute but not 30 degrees so here the statement and its converse are not both true
try D . the website just erased what i wrote . very frustrated!!
Graph A: y = x2 Graph B: y = 1 2 x2 Graph C: y = 2x2 Graph D: y = 1 4 x2 If the quadratic functions are graphed, which is the widest? A) Graph A B) Graph B C) Graph C D) Graph D
i have to type in a notepad or something and copy and paste. not your fault, im not going to write out stuff and then watch it disappear. sorry your SOL
im not doing your homework either. nice try
it was a question. i dont get this
do you have a graphing calculator?
but i left it in my locker
you can use an online grapher maybe
download maple? i dont know . sorry SOL
its an abbreviation
*#&$ out of luck
s is the first letter h is the second letter i , then t
alright. thankyou. im sorry ive just had a rough day thanks for your time
pay me , and i will do it for you. i have to give you an online whiteboard and what not
i can do it, no problem .
im not an idiot haha
i charge 12 bucks an hour . its cheap
no youre just cheap. bye bye
im not going to do your homework for you, and get nothing it isnt even interesting homework
maybe i will work on something interesting, maybe calculus?
i can't afford it.
ok, 10 bucks?
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