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Purpose: Let’s Define Some Terms!!. CONVERSE. Corollary. Proof by Contradiction . If and only if. Axiom . Implies. Converse of a Statement. Statement: If Rex is a dog then Rex is a mammal. (True). Converse: If Rex is a mammal then Rex is a Dog. (False ).

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Purpose: Let’s Define Some Terms!!

CONVERSE

Corollary

Proof by Contradiction

If and only if

Axiom

Implies

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Converse of a Statement

Statement:IfRex is a dog

thenRex is a mammal. (True)

Converse:IfRex is a mammal

thenRex is a Dog. (False)

what is the converse of a theorem
What is the Converse of a Theorem?

Consider the sentence below:

If

If

the angles of the shape add up to 180o

the angles of the shape add up to 180o

Then

Then

the shape is a triangle.

the shape is a triangle.

To make the converse statement swap around the

parts of the statement in the green boxes above

This is the converse statement

(TRUE)

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Not all converse statements are true.

Consider the sentence below:

If

a shape is a square.

a shape is a square

If

Then

the angles add up to 360o

the angles add up to 360o

Then

Now make the converse statement.

Can you think of a shape with angles of 360o which is not a square ?

Any closed quadrilateral.

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Is the Converse True or False?

True

(1) If a triangle has three equal sides then it has three equal angles.

True

(2) If a number is even then the number divides by two exactly.

False

(3) If a shape is a square then the shape has parallel sides.

False

(4) If you have thrown a three and a four then your total score is seven with a die.

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Introducing Indirect Proof: Leinster game?

Paul and Mike are driving past the Aviva Stadium. The floodlights are on.

Paul:Are Leinster playing tonight?

Mike:I don’t think so. If a game were being played right now we would see or hear a big crowd but the stands are empty and there isn’t any noise.

Reductio ad Absurdum: Proof by Contradiction

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Introducing Indirect Proof

Sarah left her house at 9:30 AM and arrived at her aunts house 80 miles away at 10:30 AM.

Use an indirect proof to show that Sarah exceeded the 55 mph speed limit.

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Proof by Contradiction: Inequalities

If Tim buys two shirts for just over €60, can you prove that at least one of the shirts cost more than €30??

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Assume neither shirt costs more than €30

x ≤ 30

+ +

y ≤ 30

x + y ≤ 60

This is a contradiction since we know Tim spent more than

€60

Our original assumption must be false

At least one of the shirts had to have cost more than €30

QED

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Geometry : Proof by Contradiction

Triangle ABC has no more than one right angle.

Can you complete a proof by contradiction for this statement?

Assume ∠A and ∠B are right angles

We know ∠A + ∠B + ∠C = 1800

By substitution 900 + 900 + ∠C = 1800

∴ ∠C = 00 which is a contradiction

∴ ∠A and ∠B cannot both be right angles

⇒ A triangle can have at most one right angle

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2

1

1

Proof by Contradiction: The Square Root of 2 is Irrational

To prove that 2 is irrational

Assume the contrary: 2 is rational

i.e. there exists integers p and q with no common factors such that:

(Square both sides)

(Multiply both sides by )

(......it’s a multiple of 2)

(......even2 = even)

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(Divide both sides by 2)

.

This contradicts the original assumption.

2 is irrationalQ.E.D.

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