anonymous
  • anonymous
explain how to write a converse from a conditional statement
Mathematics
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katieb
  • katieb
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Directrix
  • Directrix
Interchange the hypothesis and the conclusion. p --> q becomes q--->p
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks this is my last question im confused on. what would be the truth values for converse statement that i re wrote. im not sure if I did it write this is what I wrote: 1. if the figure has five sides then a figure is a pentagon. 2. if the quadrilateral is a rectangle then the quadrilateral is a square. 3. if the two angles are complementary then the sum of two angles is 90. i think i have a idea what it is for some. does it meean that all can not be truth statements right?

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