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UNIT 2: LOGIC AND PROOFS (Conditional Statements)
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Hypothesis (p) and Conclusion (q)
two parts of a conditional statement (p and q, respectively)
Conditional Statement
a statement that can be written in if-then form (if p, then q)
Converse Statement
a conditional statement written in if-then form, but swaps p and q (if q, then p)
Inverse Statement
a conditional statement written in if-then form, but makes both p and q opposites (if not p, then not q)
Contrapositive Statement
a conditional statement written in if-then form, but both makes opposites and swaps places of p and q (if not q, then not p)
Bi-conditional Statement
a statement that can only be written if both the conditional and its converse are true (p, if and only if q)
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