anonymous
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Refer to the following conditional statement: If a and b are odd integers, then a • b is an odd integer. Which shows the hypothesis? A. a and b are not odd integers B. a • b is not an odd integer C. a and b are odd integers D. a • b is an odd integer
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DanJS
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hypothesis is an assumption to test out, it could be anything..
anonymous
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oh ok
anonymous
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then i'm going with C then i guess
DanJS
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actually, for that statement, it is the second thing...
DanJS
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or you could test by a contradiction maybe, so idk
anonymous
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ok i'll try that thanks.
DanJS
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I think it just says Statement/Problem - a and b are odd integers Hypothesis - a*b must be odd too
mathmate
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In a typical conditional statement: IF hypothesis THEN conclusion.
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oh, i c

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