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Thursday, September 9, 2010

Thurs 09/09/10

HW: Look-up and write the book definition of the terms in the handout from class. These are the most commonly used definitions (from chapter 1) in future proofs. This is why they are important to have to study and memorize. Keep them all semester so you can always refer to them.

Today we learned about conditional statements in section 2-2. We learned about the hypothesis and conclusion of an if/then statement, the converse, and the biconditional.
NOTE: a conditional statement and its converse does not need to be always true or always false.

Tomorrow we continue with 2-2 and will learn about inverses, contrapositives, and negating statements.

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