During this block, we learned our last new "thing" for this unit: we learned how to find converse, inverse, and contrapositive of a given conditional statement, assessing truth vale of each statement. We learned that the contrapositive is logically equivalent to the original statement; and we learned that converse and inverse are logical equivalents. If you were absent, I will attach a copy of the reading and investigation that we did in class.
We worked a bit more with using inductive reasoning to write a linear rule and find a much larger term in a sequence. We also learned that we only know how to do this if it is linear. So don't spend time trying to write a rule if the sequence does not go up or down by the same amount for each new term.
The review (HW#3) is attached below. Notice that you are not doing every problem, but there are some problems in the textbook.