# Geometry Chapter 2 Test

## Terms

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- P => Q is the ____ and Q => P is the ____
- Conditional, Converse
- ~P => ~ Q is the ____ and ~Q => ~P is the ____
- Inverse, Contrapositive
- What does ^ mean?
- And
- What does V mean?
- Or
- The part of the sentence after "if"
- Hypothesis
- Part of the sentence after "then"
- Conclusion
- P - Q ----- T - T T - F F - T F - F What is the table for P ^ Q?
- P ^ Q ----- True False False False
- P - Q ----- T - T T - F F - T F - F What is the table for P V Q?
- P V Q ----- True True True False
- P - Q ----- T - T T - F F - T F - F What is the table for P => Q?
- P => Q ----- True False False True
- Conditional and ____ are logically equivalent.
- Contrapositive
- Converse and ____ are logically equivalent.
- Inverse
- A ___ is true when the conditional is true, and the converse is true.
- Biconditional
- Inductive Reasoning
- Patterns
- Indirect Reasoning
- Assume ~Q and come to a contradiction
- If P => Q is true and P is true, then Q is true (Which law?)
- Law of Detachment
- (P => Q ^ Q => R) => (P => R) (chain rule) (Which law?)
- Law of Syllogism
- if p = q then q = p
- Bi-conditional
- if a=b then a+c=b+c
- (+) prop of (=)
- if a=b then a-c=b-c
- (-) prop of (=)
- if a=b then a*c=b*c
- (*) prop of (=)
- if a=b then a/c = b/c
- Division prop of (=)
- if a=b then one can replace the other
- Substitution prop of (=)