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/: It is Monday. /: There is chicken for lunch. / Write the inverse in if-then form. If it is Monday, then there is chicken for lunch. If there is chicken for lunch, then it is Monday. If there is not chicken for lunch, then it is not Monday. If it is not Monday, then there is not chicken for lunch

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