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A Proof, 2-column proofs for geometry are common.

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Q: What is a logical argument in which each statement made is supported by a statement that is accepted as true?
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What is a logical argument in which each statement is backed up by a statement that is accepted as true?

A logical argument in which each statement is backed up by a statement that is accepted as true is a proof.


What is a logical argument arranged with statements and reasons?

A logical argument in which each statement is backed up by a statement that is accepted as true is a two column proof.


In the is there a god argument which side of the argument has more evidence to support it?

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Is ''Because I said so'' a good answer?

No, "I said so" is an improper response to an argument, especially when you need to prove a point. Consider responding with a logical or factual statement, and backup your statement with a reputable source.


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What statements describes geometric proof?

consists of a logical chain of steps supported by accepted truths.. Plato ;)


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How would you describe direct proof geometry?

A logical chain of steps, supported by postulates,defentions, and theroems, to prove a statement is true. -ERA -2-


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