Let statements p, q, r, and s be as follows: (< stands for the angle sign) p:

a) p <=> s

you are just replacing a group of words with a letter

c continued) <A and <B are a linear pair. d) if <A and <B are adjacent and supplementary angles, then <A and <B are a linear pair

b) p=>s

is the answer a or b?

i'm just reading the statements below in writing them using symbols

whats the answer? (:

Substitute p, q, r, or s, and write the statement the way you would read it.

i'm doing this because this is what you said to do

now you try writing c and d using symbols

i dont knwo how

try c

what does the first part of the sentence say before the if and only if part

<A and <B are adjacent and supplemetary angles

ok so what statement is that p, q, r, or s?

s

is it s<=>p?

ok so we have s <=> ? what statement is ?

yes thats right

now we do the last sentence and then we will say which of the sentences are true

is d s<=>p?

no its not if and only if

s=>p

what do i do now?

now you do detemine which is true: a,b,c,or d now a linear pair are two angles that are supplementary and adjacent

p<=>s is the right choice

or it goes the other way to since we have if and only if s <=>p same as p <=>s

is the answer a b c or d?

the answer is p <=>s or you could also say s <=> p

but is that a b c or d? it needs to be one of these

right it is one of them i just told you the answer was s<=>p lol

i don't understand your confusion

you remember how we went through each one of them and wrote them in symbols for which one did we write s<=>p or p<=>s ?

yes i got it

ok great

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