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What is the inverse of the statement “If you study for the test, your grade will increase”? A. If you do not study for the test, then your grade will not increase. B. If your grade increases, then you studied for the test. C. If your grade does not increase, then you did not study for the test. D. If you study for the test, your grade will not increase.

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i remember doing this
hmm, inverse as in the total opposite? or that it still has the same meaning but written differently?

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i was thinking it was D
A or B, depending on what i asked you
... that dosnt make sence
if you studdy for the test, how is your grade going to go down? unless that has happened to you?
study*
lol i ment A i read d worng
and its the same meaning
thx a lot
then its B

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