lgbasallote
What is the converse of the implication "If x = x, then x >= 0"



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lgbasallote
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it would be if x > =0 then x = x yes?

Jonask
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if \[\left x \right=x,then x <, 0\]

lgbasallote
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isn't that inverse?

lgbasallote
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wait..no...it isn't...

lgbasallote
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i don't know what kind of statement that is...

lgbasallote
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if p then not q

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No, @lgbasallote is right.
\[P \rightarrow Q\] converse is \[Q \rightarrow P\]

lgbasallote
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wonderful

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excuse me ,sorry for the confusion