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The two parts to a conditional are
the hypothesis (the part following "if") and the conclusion (the part following "then")
A biconditional is...
an "if and only if" statement, the combination of a conditional and a converse
Which of the four ways to make an argument are invalid?
confirming/affirming the consequent, denying the antecedent
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