if-then statements and converses

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In Chapter 2, we were introduced to if-then statements and converses. An if-then statement must include a hypothesis and a conclusion. The converse of a conditional is formed by interchanging the hypothesis and the conclusion from the if-then sentence.

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Chapter 2Chapter 2In Chapter 2, we were introduced to if-then statements and converses. An if-then statement must include a hypothesis and a conclusion. The converse of a conditional is formed by interchanging the hypothesis and the conclusion from the if-then sentence. The statement is false

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