geometry 2.2 conditional statements
1.  What is the hypothesis of the following statement?
If the volleyball team plays well, then they will win.
If the volleyball team plays well
the volleyball team plays well
they will win
then they will win
2.  What is the conclusion of the following statement?
If the volleyball team plays well, then they will win.
If the volleyball team plays well
the volleyball team plays well
they will win
then they will win
3.  What is the converse of the statement below?
If it is not July 22, then it is not summer.
If it is not summer, then it is not July 22.
If it is summer, then it is July 22.
July 22 is in the summer.
If it is July 22, then it is summer.
4.  What is the inverse of the statement below?
If it is not July 22, then it is not summer.
If it is not summer, then it is not July 22.
If it is summer, then it is July 22.
July 22 is in the summer.
If it is July 22, then it is summer.
5.  What is the contrapositive of the statement below?
If it is not July 22, then it is not summer.
If it is not summer, then it is not July 22.
If it is summer, then it is July 22.
July 22 is in the summer.
If it is July 22, then it is summer.
6.  What is the negation of "∡ABC is an obtuse angle"?
∡ABC is a right or straight angle
∡ABC is an acute angle
m∡ABC=110 
∡ABC is not an obtuse angle
not used: 
7. Write the converse of the statement below by
    dragging the proper parts to the proper places.
conditional: If m∡5=15, then it is an acute angle.
If 
an angle is acute
m∡5≠15
then
m∡5=15
8.  Drag the proper notation to the correct type
     of statement listed below.
inverse:
contrapositive:
converse:
conditional:  p  →  q
~p  →  ~q
q  →  p
~q  →  ~p
9.  Given the following conditional statement,      determine if the other statements are True or False.     Type a capital T for True and a capital F for False     in the boxes provided below.
conditional:  If an animal is a ladybug, then it 
                    is an insect.       

converse:
contrapositive:
inverse:
If I live in Michigan, then I live in Monroe.
If I live in Monroe, MI, then I live in the U.S.A.
If I don't live in Monroe, then I don't live in Michigan.
If I live in Monroe, then I live in Michigan.
10.  What conditional statement is shown below?
Michigan
Monroe
at any time
when the original if-then and contrapositive are true.
when the original if-then and converse are true
when the inverse and converse are true
A true biconditional can be written ___________.
The negation of 'a figure is not a square' is ________.
Choose the most appropriate answer.
a figure is not not a square
a figure is not a square
a figure is a square
a square is a quadrilateral
false
The negation of 'Nestle is my dog' is:
Choose the most appropriate answer.
Nestle is not my dog.
Nestle is a dog.
Nestle is a cat.
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