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September 30, 2014

Posted by **Joel** on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 12:17pm.

A truth value statement can be written in the form “if P, then Q.” This “if, then” statement can be true or false. The “if” part is called the hypothesis, and the “then” part is called the conclusion. To write the inverse of a conditional statement, interchange the hypothesis and the conclusion. To write the contrapositive of a conditional statement, negate the hypothesis and conclusion. To write the converse of a conditional statement, interchange the hypothesis and conclusion of the inverse.

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