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What is the inverse of the following statement? If I live in Stockholm, then I live in Sweden.

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If I don't live in Sweden, then I don't live in Stockholm
If I dont live in Stockholm, then I don't live in Sweden. :) Inverse just makes the two parts negative.
But that wouldn't make sense :P

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An inverse does not always have the same truth value as the original
...and, i often feel that it is misnamed :/ in math, and inverse undoes a process; so my gut always wants me to just flip the p and q about; but since i know thats wrong, my only other option is to negate the p and q instead
^^ I know what you mean. I was about to write it just the inverse, like with math, but mmm it just didn't make sense to me :( So I changed it XD

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