• anonymous
For which conditional statement (p → q) is its inverse (~p → ~q) false? A If a point is a midpoint of a segment, then it divides the segment into two congruent segments. B If Mike does not become an airplane pilot, then he will not learn how to fly a plane. C If you see a zebra, then you must be in a zoo. D If the biggest holiday of the month is Thanksgiving, then the month is November.
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  • KingGeorge
My answer would be C, since the inverse is "If you don't see a zebra, then you aren't in a zoo." However, you can be in a zoo without seeing a zebra.

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