# Critical Thinking

Do I have this right?
Jane or Tom will wake up Tanner this evening.

Compound: Yes
Conditional: Yes
Antecedent: Jane or Tom
Consequent: Will wake up Tanner this evening.
Contradictory: Neither Jane or Tom will wake up Tanner.
Contrapositive: ?

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1. you have all of the othet things right but i am not so sure what the contrapositive would be

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2. Someone else might wake up Tanner.

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3. I see nothing conditional about this sentence. It's stating a fact without any "if" statements.

Yes?

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Writeacher
4. why yall gotta wake me up like leave me alone im tryna sleep

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