Geometry Unit 3 - Logical Argument & Proofs

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  1. axiom
    a proposition that is not susceptible of proof or disproof
  2. informal
    not in accord with established conventions and requirements
  3. proof
    any evidence that helps to establish the truth of something
  4. pattern
    a perceptual structure
  5. converse
    carry on a discussion
  6. validity
    the quality of being legitimate and rigorous
  7. conclusion
    a position or opinion reached after consideration
  8. logical
    based on known statements or events or conditions
  9. postulate
    maintain or assert
  10. theorem
    an idea accepted as a demonstrable truth
  11. formal
    in accord with established conventions and requirements
  12. paragraph
    one of several distinct subdivisions of a text
  13. hypothesis
    a tentative insight that is not yet verified or tested
  14. negation
    the speech act of denying or refusing
  15. verify
    confirm the truth of
Created on September 2, 2019 (updated September 2, 2019)

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