Posted by **Krissy** on Sunday, October 7, 2007 at 2:47pm.

1) Draw a valid conclusion if possible:

Parallel lines do not intersect

If lines do not intersect, then they have no points in common.

**can this logical argument be identified by name? If yes, name it.

2)Draw a conclusion given AB bisects segment XT at point W

3)(just show how to write equation I can solve) Angle A is greater than twice it's complement. Find BOTH angles.

4) Write a conditional statement so both it and it's converse is true.

Thank you!

-krissy

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