2.Proving Theorems.pptx - I think I need to wear eyeglasses Because my students are bright Proving Theorems Plane and Solid Geometry Conditional

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I think I need to wear eyeglasses.
Because my students are bright.
Proving Theorems Plane and Solid Geometry
Conditional, Converse and Biconditional
Conditional, Converses and Biconditional Conditional Statements are of the form “If p, then q.”, where p stands for the antecedent and q stands for the consequent.
Conditional, Converses and Biconditional Example: 1. If I will study, then I will get good grades. 2. If one is a good soldier, then he is brave.
Conditional, Converses and Biconditional How do we prove a conditional statement?
Conditional, Converses and Biconditional Suppose that an implication, “if p, then q” is given. Then the converse of this statement is given by, “if q, then p.”
Conditional, Converses and Biconditional Example: If I will study, then I will pass. Converse: If I will pass, then I will study.
Conditional, Converses and Biconditional Biconditionals are statements of the form “p if and only if q.”
Conditional, Converses and Biconditional Example: 1. Our crops will be saved if and only if it will rain.

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