geometry conditional form
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I have a lot of cavities if I like candy
a. Write the conditional form
b. write the converse of the given conditional

Proposition
I like candy > I have a lot of cavities
Converse
I have a lot of cavities > I like candy
Note that the converse is not equivalent to the original proposition.
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