anonymous
  • anonymous
what is logically equivalent to If I do not study, then i will not pass
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
possibly
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
If I did not pass, then I did not study ~
anonymous
  • anonymous
if I pass, I studied

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anonymous
  • anonymous
which is it?
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
@alffer1 Or that! LOL
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
Lets see........give me a sec ~ I'm taking this too!
anonymous
  • anonymous
I will give medals
anonymous
  • anonymous
There are several logically equivalent statemtents to any given statement.
anonymous
  • anonymous
This isn't one of those things with a single correct answer.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Think about it. Both of the previous statements are logically equivalent: If I passed, I studied. If I did not pass, I did not study.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm confused now/:
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
I has a question like this before: Read the statement shown below. If Amelia finishes her homework, then she will go to the park. Which of these is logically equivalent to the given statement? If Amelia did not go to the park, then she did not finish her homework. If Amelia did not finish her homework, then she will go to the park. If Amelia goes to the park, then she did not finish her homework. If Amelia finishes her homework, then she cannot go to the park. The answer was: If Amelia did not go to the park, then she did not finish her homework. So ~ To answer your question ~ It would be: If I pass, I studied ~ Exactly what Alffer said!
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks

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