This lesson discusses inductive reasoning using conjectures with practice problems. Inductive reasoning uses observed facts
to make conjectures where as deductive reasoning used facts and properties to make conjectures.

Lesson 2.2 (Part 2) Notes and Practice:

Counterexamples

This lesson discusses counterexamples and how to prove a conjecture is true or false along with several practice problems over the topic.

Lesson 2.2 (Part 3) Notes and Practice:

Deductive Reasoning

This lesson discusses deductive reasoning using conjectures and two types of deductive reasoning: Law of Detachment
and Law of Syllogism. Deductive reasoning used facts and properties to make conjectures where as inductive reasoning
uses observed facts to make conjectures. I also solve several practice problems in this video.