1. What is the hypothesis of the following conditional statement?

If we walk home from school, it takes 30 minutes.

A) We walk home from school.
B) It takes 30 minutes.
C) We do not walk home from school.
D) We walk.

Is the answer B? I'm sorry if I'm incorrect, I do not understand this kind of questions at all.

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  1. the hypothesis is what you are not sure of.

    It is almost always preceded by "if."

    So, A

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  2. this was very helpful, thanks!

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