Q: What 3 conjectures can you make about Parallelograms?

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No.

Usually not. If you do use conjectures, you should make it quite clear that the proof stands and falls with the truth of the conjecture. That is, if the conjecture happens to be false, then the proof of your statement turns out to be invalid.

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Rhombus, Rectangle, Square

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inductive

No. Conjectures are "good" guesses.

just add a zero

parallelopipidum

No.

There can be any number (>=3) of parallelograms in a regular hexagon. If it is not a regular hexagon you may not have any.

Usually not. If you do use conjectures, you should make it quite clear that the proof stands and falls with the truth of the conjecture. That is, if the conjecture happens to be false, then the proof of your statement turns out to be invalid.

In geometry, deductive rules can be used to prove conjectures.

No trapezoids are parallelograms, and no parallelograms are trapezoids.

No trapezoids are parallelograms, and no parallelograms are trapezoids.

yes