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Contrapositive, Inverse, Converse & Conditionals
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Which statement reads "if not p, then not q."
Inverse
The statement in which only the "if" and "then" parts are switched.
Converse
The original "if, then" statement.
Conditional
What does "p" stand for?
Hypothesis/premise
What does "q" stand for?
Conclusion
If the original statement reads; "If I do my chores, then I will get my allowance," then what does the converse say?
If I get my allowance, then I will do my chores.
If the original statement reads; "If I am tired, then I go to bed," what does the inverse say?
If I am not tired, then I do not go to bed.
If the original statement reads; "If I run fast, then I win the race," what does the conditional say?
If I run fast, then I win the race.
If the original statement reads: "If I go to geometry class, then I do math," what does the contrapositive say?
If I don't do math, then I don't go to geometry class.
What symbol represents "not"/negate (in not p and not q)?
~
Which statement represents "if not q, then not p"?
Contrapositive
Converse: if its a Sphere, then its a basketball
then what is the original statement of the converse?
if its a basketball, then its a sphere
Inverse: if its not a basketball, then its not a sphere.
whats the original statement?
if its a basketball, then its a sphere
Contrapositive: If its not the bruins, then the helmet is not black+ yellow
if the helmet is black+ yellow, then its the bruins
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