II. Use a figure, if necessary to help you decide whether each statement is is TRUE or FALSE. Write true if the statement is always true and false if otherwise
1. the real number line has at least one end point.<<<TRUE
2. If x is a negative number, then -x is a positive number. <<<FALSE
3. There is always a positive number that is less than every other positive number.<<<FALSE
4. There is a point on the real number line that corresponds to square root of 2 and is the difference from the point corresponding to 1.1414. <<<<TRUE
5. According to Ruler Postulate, the distance between any two points is the difference of the corresponding numbers,<<<<FALSE
6. The absolute value of any number is always positive<<<<False
7. The midpoint of a segment AB, or any line, plane, ray or segment which contains the midpoint is called the bisector of segment AB.>>>>>>TRUE
8. for every two points there are infinitely many lines that contain both points.<<<<TRUE
9.THE distance postulate states that " to every pair of different points there corresponds any positive number".>>>>FALSE
10. If s is both non-negative and non-positive, then s is NOT equal to zero.>>>TRUE
11. the distance between the two given points is always the difference of their corresponding numbers on the number line.>>>>TRUE
12. If angle A and angle B are supplementary,then angle A is congruent to angle B.>>>FALSE
13. if three point are coplanar, they are collinear.>>>>FALSE
14. If three points are noncollinear, they are coplanar.>>>.TRUE
15.then union of any two convex sets, which have at least two points in common, is a convex set>>>>TRUE
16. half of an obtuse angle is a right angle>>>FALSE
17. IF two lines intersect, then four pairs of supplementary angles are formed.<>><<TRUE
18. Two angles are complementary if they have common side....FALSE
19. Vertical angles are right angles >>>>FALSE
20. Linear pairs are always supplementary.>>>>TRUE
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