Q: A statement that can be written in if-then form?

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A conditional Statement.

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it is ternary form

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It is called a hypothesis.

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It is a true statement.

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The statement "not P" is the negation of statement P. It means the opposite of P is true. For example, if P is "The sky is blue," then not P would be "The sky is not blue."

I think you mean written statement. What you are asking about write statement you are confusing with written statement, the same with write in statement. A written statement is simply putting your words, or your version of events in writing.

conditional statement

A mathematical statement of the form if A then B would be a conditional statement.

No, a written statement will not suffice in place of your appearance. No written statement by a witness is acceptable even if it is made in the form of an affidavit or certification, because the other party is not able to cross examine a written statement. Nor would the finder of fact able to see the witness testily in order to judge his or her credibility. The only way possible would be if all parties either agreed to allow it or if they stipulated to the facts in the statement.

A conditional Statement.

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Whats is everybody loves a parade what would the conclusion be