# Geometry plz help

1.Which choice shows a true conditional with a correctly identified hypothesis and conclusion?

•If next month is January, then this month is the last of the year.
Hypothesis: This month is the last of the year.
Conclusion: Next month is January. <===My answer
•Next month is February, so this month is the last month of the year.
Hypothesis: Next month is February.
Conclusion: This month is the last of the year.
•Next month is February, so this month is the last month of the year.
Hypothesis: This month is the last of the year.
Conclusion: Next month is February.
•If next month is January, then this month is the last of the year.
Hypothesis: Next month is January.
Conclusion: This month is the last of the year.

2.Write the converse of the following true conditional statement. If the converse is false, write a counterexample.

If x<20, then x<30.

•If x<30, then x<20;true.
•If x<30, then x<20;false.
Counterexample:x=27 and x>27.
•If x>20, then x=30;false.
•If x>30, then x>20;true.

3.Name the Property of Equality that justifies the statement:

RS=RS

•Symmetric property
•Transitive property
•Substitution property

1.If next month is January, then this month is the last of the year.
Hypothesis: This month is the last of the year.
Conclusion: Next month is January.
2.If x>20, then x=30;false.
Counterexample:x=25 and x<30.
3.Reflexive property

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
3. 👁 2,667

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 2
2. It'd be either A or D. Both B and C are valid, A and D Both are correct in their conclusion.

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0

## Similar Questions

1. ### language arts for me

Which choice shows the correct organization of an essay? conclusion, introduction, body introduction, body, conclusion**** conclusion, body, introduction body, introduction, conclusion Which topic should appear in a conclusion? an

2. ### Geometry

If a conditional and its converse are always true, then the statement is a a. converse. b. conditional. c. biconditional. d. counterexample. I am trying to do some geometry and haven't taken it in a while so can someone please

3. ### Geometry

1. A conditional can have a ____ of true or false. (1 point) a) hypothesis b) truth value *** c) counterexample d) conclusion Am I right? Thank you!

4. ### GEOMETRY

Which shows a true conditional with a correctly identified hypothesis and conclusion? (1 point) If it is raining, then the humidity level is 100% . Hypothesis: The humidity level is 100%. Conclusion: It is raining. I hate

1. ### Probability

Let Θ be a Bernoulli random variable that indicates which one of two hypotheses is true, and let P(Θ=1)=p. Under the hypothesis Θ=0, the random variable X is uniformly distributed over the interval [0,1]. Under the alternative

2. ### Geometry

If a number is an integer, then it is either positive or negative. Which is the hypothesis of the conditional?

3. ### Geometry

1) What are the converse, inverse, and contrapositive of the statement? Which statements are true? If the figure is a rectangle with sides 2 cm and 3 cm, then it has a perimeter of 10cm. My A: the statement is not true. 2) What

4. ### science

A student wants to determine what type of cereal his classmates like best. He buys three of his favorite puffed cereals and one oat cereal. He pours five bowls of each cereal and gives one bowl to each of his 20 classmates. He

I put ** by the ones I thought correct Which of the following statements best describes the characteristics of a hypothesis, one of the steps of the scientific method? a)It is a possible answer to a scientific question *** b) It

2. ### mathematics

If a number is an integer, then it is either positive or negative. Which is the hypothesis of the conditional?

3. ### geometry

If a conditional statement is true, which related conditional is always true? 1. converse 2. inverse 3. contrapositive 4. bioconditional Is it 1?

4. ### English - Grade 7 Connexus

Read the theme statement Umar created based on his reading of White Fang. White Fang and Lip-lip become enemies at camp. Has Umar created his theme statement correctly? A. Yes; Umar has identified a deeper meaning in the story. **