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for
my
not
going
to
 town.”
 



Solution:

 converse:
If
I
do
not
go
to
town,
then
it
is

raining.
 inverse:

If
it
is
not
raining,
then
I
will
go
to
town.
 contrapositive:
If
I
go
to
town,
then
it
is
not
raining.

 Bicondi1onal
   If
p

and
q

are
propositions,
then

we
can
form
the
biconditional
 proposition
p ↔q
,
read
as
“p

if
and
only
if
q
.”
The

biconditional









 p ↔q

denotes
the
proposition
with
this
truth
table:
 p
 q
 p ↔q

 T
 T
 T
 T
 F
 F
 F
 T
 F
 F
 F
 T
   
If
p

denotes
“I
am
at
home.”
and
q


denotes
“It
is
raining.”
 then






p ↔q


denotes
“I
am
at
home
if
and
only
if
it
is
 raining.”
 Expressing
the
Bicondi1onal
   Some
alternat...
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