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I think I need to wear eyeglasses.
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Because my students are bright.
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Proving Theorems Plane and Solid Geometry
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Conditional, Converse and Biconditional
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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.
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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.
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Conditional, Converses and Biconditional How do we prove a conditional statement?
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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.”
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Conditional, Converses and Biconditional Example: If I will study, then I will pass. Converse: If I will pass, then I will study.
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Conditional, Converses and Biconditional Biconditionals are statements of the form “p if and only if q.”
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Conditional, Converses and Biconditional Example: 1. Our crops will be saved if and only if it will rain.
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