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anonymous
 5 years ago
Which statement is the converse of the given statement?
If you make an insurance claim, then your rates will go up.
If your insurance rates do not go up, then you have not made a claim.
If you do not make an insurance claim, then your rates will not go up.
If your insurance rates go up, then you have made an insurance claim.
If you make an insurance claim, then your rates will not go up.
anonymous
 5 years ago
Which statement is the converse of the given statement? If you make an insurance claim, then your rates will go up. If your insurance rates do not go up, then you have not made a claim. If you do not make an insurance claim, then your rates will not go up. If your insurance rates go up, then you have made an insurance claim. If you make an insurance claim, then your rates will not go up.

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0You neglected to write the given statement, unless the given statement is the first one. In that case, "If your insurance rates go up, then you have made an insurance claim" is the correct answer. Assuming the original statement is "if x, then y," the converse is "if y, then x."
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