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# Supply a valid conclusion forthe given hypothesis on the first blank and the corresponding reason on the second blank. 9. if bp ⊥ bc, then

and are congruent. Definition of Isosceles Triangles

Step-by-step explanation:

Isosceles triangles always have two congruent sides.

• Réponse publiée par: 20201947

The answer is: If m∠3 + m∠4 = 180, then ∠3  and ∠4 are supplementary angles. We say that an angle is supplementary if the total measure of the angles is equals to 180 degress or pi. In addition, we say that they are complementary if the total measurement is 90 degrees.

Conclusion

Conclusion is defined as the main point of the argument or research that has been conducted. It signals the end of the process, as well as judgment or reasoning that has been made after conducting a series of tests and considering the circumstances of things.

Ways of making a conclusion

Below are some of the common ways in making or creating a conclusion:

General Sense ExamplesCompare/ContrastGeneral Sense

It means that the message could also be understood by the overall sense of its context

Example:

I heard a bark when I went to the zoo. It must have came from a big animal

In this example, we have arrived at the conclusion solely based on the precedent statement that I went to the zoo. Zoos often contain big animals, hence, it is very possible that the bark that I heard came from a big animal.

Examples

When the conclusion cannot be derived solely based on the overall sense of its context, it's going to be understood by examples.

Example:

Those who get pleasure from happiness to clubs, attending to parties, and welcoming friends usually to their homes for dinner area unit gregarious.

In order to understand the meaning of gregarious, we try to dissect the information presented to us. What does it mean when people go to club or attend parties? The answer is they are there to socialize and have fun. Therefore from the inference or conclusion made, we can say that the word gregarious mean someone who socioalize or enjoys the company of others.

Antonyms and Contrasts

The last way of drawing conclusion is through antonyms and contrast. Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings.

Examples of antonyms:

Happy and sadHigh and lowDeep and shallow

Example of conclusion

Ben is fearless, however his brother is timid.

You may infer the meaning of timid by responding to the the question, "If Ben is fearless and Jim is incredibly totally different from Ben, then what word describes Jim?" If you answered a word like timid, or afraid, or fearful, you inferred the that means of timid.

Definition of conclusion

Difference between conclusion and observation

Research findings and conclusion

Code: 8.3.3.6.2.

• Réponse publiée par: enrica11

The answer is: If PM bisects ∠APO, then ∠OPM  and ∠APM are equal. When an angle is bisected, then it is often divided in half. Therefore, if the angle has been bisected by a line, then the angle formed by the line that bisected the previous angle would be equal to the newly formed angles.

Conclusion

Conclusion is defined as the main point of the argument or research that has been conducted. It signals the end of the process, as well as judgment or reasoning that has been made after conducting a series of tests and considering the circumstances of things.

Ways of making a conclusion

Below are some of the common ways in making or creating a conclusion:

General Sense ExamplesCompare/ContrastGeneral Sense

It means that the message could also be understood by the overall sense of its context

Example:

I heard a bark when I went to the zoo. It must have came from a big animal

In this example, we have arrived at the conclusion solely based on the precedent statement that I went to the zoo. Zoos often contain big animals, hence, it is very possible that the bark that I heard came from a big animal.

Examples

When the conclusion cannot be derived solely based on the overall sense of its context, it's going to be understood by examples.

Example:

Those who get pleasure from happiness to clubs, attending to parties, and welcoming friends usually to their homes for dinner area unit gregarious.

In order to understand the meaning of gregarious, we try to dissect the information presented to us. What does it mean when people go to club or attend parties? The answer is they are there to socialize and have fun. Therefore from the inference or conclusion made, we can say that the word gregarious mean someone who socioalize or enjoys the company of others.

Antonyms and Contrasts

The last way of drawing conclusion is through antonyms and contrast. Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings.

Examples of antonyms:

Happy and sadHigh and lowDeep and shallow

Example of conclusion

Ben is fearless, however his brother is timid.

You may infer the meaning of timid by responding to the the question, "If Ben is fearless and Jim is incredibly totally different from Ben, then what word describes Jim?" If you answered a word like timid, or afraid, or fearful, you inferred the that means of timid.

Definition of conclusion

Difference between conclusion and observation

Research findings and conclusion

Code: 8.3.3.6.2.

• Réponse publiée par: aimeedelacruz24

The answer is: If ∠B is a right angle, then ∠B is 90 degress. We should remember from previous Geometry classes that when an angle is a right angle, then it is automatically a 90 degrees angle. Similarly, an acute angle is an angle that is less than 90 degrees.

Conclusion

Conclusion is defined as the main point of the argument or research that has been conducted. It signals the end of the process, as well as judgment or reasoning that has been made after conducting a series of tests and considering the circumstances of things.

Ways of making a conclusion

Below are some of the common ways in making or creating a conclusion:

General Sense ExamplesCompare/ContrastGeneral Sense

It means that the message could also be understood by the overall sense of its context

Example:

I heard a bark when I went to the zoo. It must have came from a big animal

In this example, we have arrived at the conclusion solely based on the precedent statement that I went to the zoo. Zoos often contain big animals, hence, it is very possible that the bark that I heard came from a big animal.

Examples

When the conclusion cannot be derived solely based on the overall sense of its context, it's going to be understood by examples.

Example:

Those who get pleasure from happiness to clubs, attending to parties, and welcoming friends usually to their homes for dinner area unit gregarious.

In order to understand the meaning of gregarious, we try to dissect the information presented to us. What does it mean when people go to club or attend parties? The answer is they are there to socialize and have fun. Therefore from the inference or conclusion made, we can say that the word gregarious mean someone who socioalize or enjoys the company of others.

Antonyms and Contrasts

The last way of drawing conclusion is through antonyms and contrast. Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings.

Examples of antonyms:

Happy and sadHigh and lowDeep and shallow

Example of conclusion

Ben is fearless, however his brother is timid.

You may infer the meaning of timid by responding to the the question, "If Ben is fearless and Jim is incredibly totally different from Ben, then what word describes Jim?" If you answered a word like timid, or afraid, or fearful, you inferred the that means of timid.