Posted by Anonymous on Monday, September 21, 2009 at 7:54pm.
Is the truth value of this statement true: If 2^2 is ¡Ù 4, then 3^2 ¡Ù 6.?
The conditional was If 2^2 is = 4, then 3^2 = 6, which is false, because 3^2 is 9, not 6. Is the inverse also false?

Math  reposted in Western encoding  MathMate, Monday, September 21, 2009 at 9:53pm
Is the truth value of this statement true: If 2^2 is ≠ 4, then 3^2 ≠ 6.?
The conditional was If 2^2 is = 4, then 3^2 = 6, which is false, because 3^2 is 9, not 6. Is the inverse also false?
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