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If if p then q is a true statement, then which other statement is also true? A. if not queue then not pee B. if queue then pee C. if not pee then not queue D. if pee then not queue

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  1. ZeHanz
    • 3 years ago
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    You cannot just reverse it. If you negate both statements, you can. So (if p then q) is equivalent to (if not q then not p)

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