Linear Pairs and Vertical Angles Problem Solving with Justification [Independent].pdf - Section 4: Independent Practice

Linear Pairs and Vertical Angles Problem Solving with Justification [Independent].pdf
Linear Pairs and Vertical Angles Problem Solving with Justification [Independent].pdf

Deductive Reasoning and Proof

Unit 3: Developing Logic and Proof
Lesson 3 of 9

Big Idea: True today, true tomorrow....but ALWAYS true? In this lesson, students learn how deductive reasoning is used to prove conjectures.

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Math, deductive reasoning, Vertical Angles Theorem, Linear Pair Postulate, problem
80 minutes

Anthony Carruthers

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