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What is the hypothesis of the conditional statement?


If you are not there, then I will leave.


A-you are there

B- you are not there

C- I will leave

D- I will not leave

My choice is B.

What is the converse of the conditional statement?

If it is Tuesday, then I walk to the park.



A- If I walk to the park, then it is Tuesday.


B- If I walk to the park, then it is not Tuesday.


C- If it is not Tuesday, then I walk to the park.


D- If I don't walk to the park, then it is Tuesday.

My choice is A.

What is the inverse of the conditional statement?

If we don't drive, then I ride my bicycle.


A- If we don't drive, then I ride my bicycle.


B- If we drive, then I will not ride my bicycle.


C- If we drive, then I ride my bicycle.


D- If I ride my bicycle, then we don't drive.

My choice is B.

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  1. Yes and yes
    To remember forever:

    1. Hypothesis: If cow , then mammal

    2. converse: If mammal,then cow (maybe)

    3. inverse: If not cow, then not mammal (maybe)

    4. contrapositive: If not mammal, then not cow (true)

    Make Venn diagrams for the situation :)

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  4. You are welcome, good luck.

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  5. Yes!! Thanks! :)

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  6. I got a 100% Thank you so much!!!

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