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Conditional Statement
A statement of the form "if p, then q"
Inverse
A statement of the form "if not p, then not q"
Converse
A statement of the form "if q, then p"
Contrapositive
A statement of the form "if not q, then not p"
Biconditional
A statement of the form "p iff q"
Congruent
The same shape and size.
Syllogism
Is an argument of the form a-->b, b-->c, a-->c.
Direct Proof
Starts by a given statement and argue to a conclusion.
Postulate
A statement accepted without proof.
Theorem
A mathematical theory.
Indirect Proof
Denies an idea and then attempts to show a contradiction.
Hypotenuse
The side of a right triangle opposite the right angle.
Leg of a right triangle
One of the two sides oppsite the acute angle's of a right triangle.
Midpoint
Divides a segment into 2 congruent parts.
CPCTE
Corresponding parts of congruent triangle's are equal.