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# August 12, 2013 1) Sit. 2) Materials out. 3) Backpacks away. 4) Do Now SILENTLY. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

August 12, 2013 1) Sit. 2) Materials out. 3) Backpacks away. 4) Do Now SILENTLY. Learning Goal: IWBAT identify and create the converse, inverse, and contrapositive using original conditional statements. Homework : P. 75-76 #9-13, 18 – 24

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August 12, 20131) Sit. 2) Materials out. 3) Backpacks away. 4) Do Now SILENTLY.

Learning Goal:

• IWBAT identify and create the converse, inverse, and contrapositive using original conditional statements.

Homework:

• P. 75-76 #9-13, 18 – 24

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Do Now:

Determine whether the following statement is true or false. If false, provide a counterexample.

• The area of a rectangle is always greater than or equal to its perimeter.

• Do Now (5 min)

• Review Homework (15 min)

• Negations (15 min)

• Conditional Statements (15 min)

• Card Sorts Activity

• Review Unit

• Closure

• Make four columns on a page and label original, converse, inverse, and contrapositive.

• Cut out original conditional statements printed in color and paste/ tape onto first column.

• Cut out the other statements printed on white paper.

• Organize the statements so that each row has the correct converse, inverse, and contrapositive of the original statement.

• P. 75-76 #9-13, 18 – 24

• Check answers in the back of the book on pg. SA 3

• Write down a conditional statement. Then write the converse, inverse, and contrapositive of that statement.