Why would the following conditional be false?
If you would 20 hours a week, then you make 125.00
A. You work 25 hours a week, and make 125.00
B. You work 25 hours a week, and you make 175.00
C. You work 20 hours a week, and you make 170.00
D. You work 20 hours a week, and you make 125.00
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option c is supposed to be 175 not 170
is there any equation there or the part which is not here ?
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Option C is correct answer
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why can't A and B be the answer.. they are also proving the conditional wrong
because of how conditionals are defined logically
The statement "if p then q " is only false when p is true and q is false. It is true otherwise .
"If you would 20 hours a week, then you make 125.00"
is only false in the case when you work 20 hours a week and do not make 125 dollars.
It is true otherwise.
in part a) you do not work 20 hours so the conditional is not made false