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when a conditional and its converse are true, you write then as a single true statement called a(n) __________________________. A statement that you prove true is a(n) ____________________. The part of a conditional that follows ”if” is the _______________.
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@TayTay23
anonymous
  • anonymous
1) Biconditional 2) True Statement 3) Hypothesis

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anonymous
  • anonymous
have to disagree with @Taytay23 on 3) this is a conclusion..if.then satatement
Shikamaru11
  • Shikamaru11
when both are true or false the statement should be Converse isn't it??
stuck-help
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conclusion is the part of a conditional that follows "then" @BPDlkeme234
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last one the ___________ of a conditional switches the hypothesis and conclusion.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, if you are predicting something (Hpothesis) you would typically use the word "If." A conclusion is the result of the hypothesis, so it would come after then.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@stuck-help If you switch the hypothesis and conclusion, it would become a converse. The answer is converse.
stuck-help
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thanks @TayTay23
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Shikamaru11 a good example of a converse is the theorem of pythagoras 1. In a right-angled triangle, Pythagoras states that when the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the two squares of the other two sides. 2.Converse is: If the square of one side of a triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides, then the triangle is a right triangle.
Shikamaru11
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well thanks for the clarification @BPDlkeme234 Sir :)
anonymous
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@TayTay23, I have major concers. The words, if ...then are used in logical proof. If starts with a proposition, and then ends with a conclusion.

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