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True orfalse? F lf I am taller than 5 feet, then I am taller than 6 feet.
lf I am not taller than 6 feet, then I am not taller than 5 feet.
lf I am taller than 6 feet, then I'm taller than 5 feet.
lf I'm not taller than 5 feet, then I'm not taller than 6 feet.
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not green, then i
? lf my house iis coloured, then mtyishouse oloured.
lf my house s
lf my house is not coloured, then it is not green.
My house is green onlv if it is coloured.
My house is coloured only if it is green.
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