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April 18, 2014

Posted by **maria** on Monday, October 2, 2006 at 10:59pm.

IFx>x=z, then y=14z.

I don't understand this part of your statement:

"IFx>x=z,"

Please clarify this.

If x>X-2, then y=14x

Ok, I will suppose this is the question then

"State what conclusion can be made IFx=5 and the given statement is true

"If x>X-2, then y=14x"

Since the antecedent is true and the implication is true, the consequent 'must' be true.

Therefore we can conclude y=14*5, or y = something you can finish.

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