Write the converse of the following true conditional statement. If the converse is false write a counter example.

My answer If a < 15 the a < 10 false

counter example a = 12 and a > 10

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  1. I think it's like this


    If x > 0, then x > 9; false. counterexample: x = 2, and x < 9.

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  2. Oh... This is the wrong answer for your question... I thought it was for Connexus... Sorry

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  3. That is a Connexus question, you still answered wrong.

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