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nbarrera
 one year ago
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!! WILL MEDAL!!
Write the inverse of the conditional statement.
If a number is a perfect square, then it is a composite number.
A. If a number is not a perfect square, then it is not a composite number.
B. If a number is a composite number, then it is not a perfect square.
C. If a number is not a composite number, then it is not a perfect square.
D. If a number is a composite number, then it is a perfect square.
nbarrera
 one year ago
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!! WILL MEDAL!! Write the inverse of the conditional statement. If a number is a perfect square, then it is a composite number. A. If a number is not a perfect square, then it is not a composite number. B. If a number is a composite number, then it is not a perfect square. C. If a number is not a composite number, then it is not a perfect square. D. If a number is a composite number, then it is a perfect square.

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