Q: What is the converse of the statement If it is snowing then it is your birthday?

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There is no second statement whose equivalence needs to be checked.

A converse statement is a statement is switched to make the statement true or false. For example, "If it is raining, then we will not go to the beach" would be changed to, "If we go to the beach, then it is not raining."

give the converse for the statement: ' if today is Monday ,then tomorrow is my birthday"

The converse of the statement "If it is summer, then it is warm outside' would be if it is warm outside then it is summer.

It is the biconditional.

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If it is my birthday, then it is snowing.

The converse statement for 'If it is your birthday, then it is September' would be 'If it is September, then it is my birthday.'

if it is september then it is my bday -apex i got it right

If it is my birthday, then it is September

if its September its your birthday

There is no second statement whose equivalence needs to be checked.

A converse statement is a statement is switched to make the statement true or false. For example, "If it is raining, then we will not go to the beach" would be changed to, "If we go to the beach, then it is not raining."

give the converse for the statement: ' if today is Monday ,then tomorrow is my birthday"

The conjunction of a conditional statement and its converse is known as a biconditional statement. It states that the original statement and its converse are both true.

If it is not snowing, then Paul does not wear a sweater.

A biconditional is the conjunction of a conditional statement and its converse.

To negate "It is snowing and classes are cancelled" make the statement negative: "It is not snowing and classes are not cancelled."