Write the contrapositive of the conditional statement below. “ n is a prime number implies that n=2 or n is an odd number.” Your answer must contain a conjunction in its premise.

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So in general, the contrapositive of the statement (\(\,p\implies q\)) is \((\neg \,q\implies \neg \,p\)). In this case, both your p and q are other sentences. Can you tell me what the "p" is in your conditional statement?

n is a prime number

Right. And the "q"?

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