Inductive Reasoning, Conditional Statements, & Deductive Reasoning Test Review

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Inductive Reasoning, Conditional Statements, & Deductive Reasoning Test Review. Test #3. Find the next three terms in the sequence. 3, 5, 7, 9, , , -7, 3, 12, 20, , , C, G,K, , , . Find the next three terms in the sequence. 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 , 13 , 15 -7, 3, 12, 20, , , - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Inductive Reasoning, Conditional Statements, & Deductive Reasoning Test Review

Inductive Reasoning, Conditional Statements, & Deductive Reasoning Test ReviewTest #3Find the next three terms in the sequence3, 5, 7, 9, , ,

-7, 3, 12, 20, , ,

C, G,K, , , Find the next three terms in the sequence3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15

-7, 3, 12, 20, , ,

C, G,K, , , Find the next three terms in the sequence3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15

-7, 3, 12, 20, 27, 33, 38

C, G,K, , , Find the next three terms in the sequence3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15

-7, 3, 12, 20, 27, 33, 38

C, G,K, O, S, WFind the indicated statEmentsWhen a line bisects a segment, it is divided into two congruent parts.

IF-THEN:

Converse:

Inverse:

Contrapositive: Find the indicated statEmentsWhen a line bisects a segment, it is divided into two congruent parts.

IF-THEN: If a line bisects a segment, then the segment is divided into two congruent parts.

Converse:

Inverse:

Contrapositive: Find the indicated statmentsWhen a line bisects a segment, it is divided into two congruent parts.

IF-THEN: If a line bisects a segment, then the segment is divided into two congruent parts.

Converse: If a segment is divided into two congruent parts, then a line bisects the segment.

Inverse:

Contrapositive: Find the indicated statEmentsWhen a line bisects a segment, it is divided into two congruent parts.

IF-THEN: If a line bisects a segment, then the segment is divided into two congruent parts.

Converse: If a segment is divided into two congruent parts, then a line bisects the segment.

Inverse: If a line does NOT bisect a segment, then the segment is NOT divided into two equal parts.

Contrapositive: Find the indicated statEmentsWhen a line bisects a segment, it is divided into two congruent parts.

IF-THEN: If a line bisects a segment, then the segment is divided into two congruent parts.

Converse: If a segment is divided into two congruent parts, then a line bisects the segment.

Inverse: If a line does NOT bisect a segment, then the segment is NOT divided into two equal parts.

Contrapositive: If a segment is NOT divided into two congruent parts, then a line does NOT bisect the segment.Given the following statement, which is true?If Jake is taller than Emily, Grace is taller than Jake, and Amanda is shorter than Grace.A. Jake is shorter than AmandaB. Grace is the tallestC. Emily is the shortestD. None of the AboveGiven the following statement, which is true?If Jake is taller than Emily, Grace is taller than Jake, and Amanda is shorter than Grace.A. Jake is shorter than AmandaB. Grace is the tallestC. Emily is the shortestD. None of the AboveWhat can you conclude from the following statements using the law of detachment?Every weekday, the football team practices for the game.Today is Wednesday.

What can you conclude from the following statements using the law of detachment?Every weekday, the football team practices for the game.Today is Wednesday.

The team will practice today.

Given the following, what conclusion can be drawn using the law of syllogism?If you do your classwork, then you score better on the test. If you score better on the exam, then you dont need extra tutorials.Given the following, what conclusion can be drawn using the law of syllogism?If you do your classwork, then you score better on the test. If you score better on the exam, then you dont need extra tutorials.

If you do your classwork, then you dont need extra tutorials.If