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1. If you know how the movie ends, then you saw the movie. 2.If you did not see the movie, then you do not know how it ends. 3. If you do not know how the movie ends, then you did not see the movie. 4.If you do not know how the movie ends, then you saw the movie.
converse means opposite
no its 2
you're thinking about the inverse aceace
number 1 means the same... the order of the sentence is just reversed
something opposite or contrary
definition from dictionary.com
inverse means negation...if you see a ''don't'' its inverse for a positive statement...not converse
then define converse
Turned about in order or relation
Original: If P, then Q Converse: If Q, then P Inverse: If not P, then not Q Contrapositive: If not Q, then not P
hmmm that seems legit
if thats correct then the answer would be 1
are you in connexus?
to whom are you talking to?
what is connexus?
i'm so confused now... o.O
Example: Original Statement: "If it rains, then it gets wet outside" Converse: "If it gets wet outside, then it rains" Inverse: "If it doesn't rain, then it doesn't get wet outside" Contrapositive: "If it doesn't get wet outside, then it doesn't rain"
check the site out
so it's 4?
nope its 1
cause you just reverse the order of the statement
cause only the first choice changes the order
OHHHH, okay yea I see :)
thank you, again (;