1. A statement that can be expressed in if-then form is a (1 point)
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1.a statement: conditional
2. which shows true conditional: if you join the gym then it is free for the first three months hypothesis: you join the gym
conclusion: it is free for the first three months
3.is the following perpendicular reverseable: yes two lines interesect at right angles if and only if
4:which biconditional is not a good def: a ray is a bisector
5.name the property of congruence: symmetric property
6. write the converse of true conditional statement: if x <30 then x <20 false counterexample x=27
7. use the subtraction prop: rt-st
8. if 1/2: multi prop
9. what value of x: 61 recommend use photo math for checking this
10. name the property of equality: reflexive property
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5 and 10 are wrong correct answers were transitive property for 5 and transitive property for 10
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The correct answer is B. conditional.
To understand why this is the correct answer, let's consider the definitions of the other options:
A. Converse: The converse of a statement is formed by switching the original statement's hypothesis and conclusion. It is represented as "If Q, then P" (the original statement being "If P, then Q").
C. Biconditional: A biconditional statement is a statement that can be expressed as "P if and only if Q". It means that both the original statement and its converse are true.
D. Counterexample: A counterexample is an example that disproves a statement. It provides evidence that a statement is false.
Given these definitions, the option that specifically refers to a statement in if-then form is the conditional (option B). This is because a conditional statement takes the form "If P, then Q", where P is the hypothesis and Q is the conclusion.
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11. m<4 is equal to 34 degrees because m<2 is equal to 34 degrees and they are congruent angles (I ONLY GOT HALF THE POINTS)
12. a. substitution property of equality
b. supplementary angles
c. subtraction property of equality
13. a. 180 degrees
b. 180 degrees
c. substitution property
14. a. segment addition postulate
d. subtraction property of equality
e. division property of equality
15. f it is a square, then it is a quadrilateral.
(on your own for the last two)