Need math help with a conditional statement

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Question Description

what is the converse of the following conditional statement

if our team won the game, then we are the state champion 

if our team won the game then we are not state champions 

if we are not the state champions then our team did not win the game 

if we are the state champions then our team won the game 

if our team did not win the game, then we are not the state champions

Tutor Answer

School: Carnegie Mellon University


For the statement "if A then B" the converse statement is "if B then A".

Here A = "our team won the game" and B = "we are the state champion".

So "if B then A" is "If we are the state champion, then our team won the game".

This is the third option.

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