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Which of the following conclusions completes the syllogism? Premise 1: If you bisect an angle, then the two resulting angles will be congruent. Premise 2: If the two resulting angles are congruent,
then they will have equal measure. Conclusion: If the two angles have equal measure, then you bisected an angle. If two angles are congruent, then an angle has been bisected. If you bisect an angle, then the two resulting angles will have equal measure. If you bisect an angle, then you will get two resulting angles.
If you bisect an angle, then the two resulting angles will be congruent.
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User: Examples of tools used for inductive reasoning include each of the following except for what? experimentation patterns principles of deductive logic observation

User: For the following argument, which statement is a premise? Argument: Any three points that are noncollinear define a plane. Points P, Q, and R are noncollinear. Therefore, points P, Q, and R define a plane.

User: For the following argument, which statement is a premise? Argument: Any three points that are noncollinear define a plane. Points P, Q, and R are noncollinear. Therefore, points P, Q, and R define a plane. Any two points define a line. Points P, Q, and R are noncollinear. Points P, Q, and R define a plane. Every plane is flat.

User: Which of the following conclusions completes the syllogism? Premise 1: If you bisect an angle, then the two resulting angles will be congruent. Premise 2: If the two resulting angles are congruent, then they will have equal measure. Conclusion: If the two angles have equal measure, then you bisected an angle. If two angles are congruent, then an angle has been bisected. If you bisect an angle, then the two resulting angles will have equal measure. If you bisect an angle, then you will get two resulting angles.

Weegy: If you bisect an angle, then the two resulting angles will be congruent.
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