anonymous
  • anonymous
Tell whether the conditional is true (T) or false (F).
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
supposed to be a right arrow, The statement is _____ because the antecedent is _____ and the consequent is _______
anonymous
  • anonymous
I know the initial statement is false, but what are the antecedent and the consequent?

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jim_thompson5910
  • jim_thompson5910
conditionals are in the form \[\Large \text{antecedent} \rightarrow \text{consequent}\] in this case, the antecedent is given to be T. So the antecedent is always true the consequent is false because `1 < 0` is a false statement overall, the conditional \[\Large T \rightarrow (1 < 0)\] is false because `p -> q` is false whenever `p` is true and `q` is false
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok just making sure, thank you for last time by the way, i managed it get right, but man the whole site crashing made me go crazy lol

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