2.2 Conditional Statements Practice
Hypothesis & Conclusion
Circle the hypothesis and underline the conclusion in each conditional statement.
1) If you eat breakfast, then you will feel better at school.
2) If two lines are perpendicular, then they form right angles.
3) If two angles are supplementary, then their sum is 180 degrees.
4) If a nonzero number has exactly two factors, then the number is prime.
Write each statement in if-then form.
5) All students at Heritage take an English class.
6) All straight angles measure 180 degrees.
7) Every dog has four legs.
8) All vertical angles are congruent.
Given the conditional statement, write its converse.
9) If it is Saturday, then school is closed.
10) If an angle is right, then it measures 90 degrees.
11) True or False: If school is closed, then it is Saturday.
12) True or False: If it is Saturday, then school is closed.
13) Can we write a biconditional statement for the statements in Questions 11&12?
14) True or False: If an angle is right, then it measures 90 degrees.
15) True or False: If an angle measures 90 degrees, then it is a right angle.
16) Can we write a biconditional statement for the statements in Questions 14&15?
17) Write the biconditional statement.
Write the negation of each statement.
18) I studied for the assessment.
19) I do not like peanut butter.