Geometry the area of if, then conditions

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Geometry the area of if, then conditions I don’t understand:

If an odd natural is greater than 6, the it is prime.

How do I find out the conditional statement

True value by the p Bday the q?

The converse of a conditional statement, true value of the converse, why would it be true or false

What is the negation of p an q?

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