A conditional statement is much like the transitive property in geometry, meaning if: P>Q and ~N>P then you can conclude: if ~N>Q
It in Math, (Geometry) If p implies q is a true conditional statement and not q is true, then not p is true.
in geometry symbolic notation is when you substitute symbols for words. For example let your hypothesis= p and let your conclusion = q. You would write your biconditional as p if and only if q
q only if p. The converse of a statement is just swapping the places of the two terms.
Quince is a fruit. Zucchini I don't know of any vegetable beginning with a Q, sorry.
Quail is a color. It begins with the letter q.
Quadruple, quarter and quotient are math terms. They begin with the letter Q.
Quintin's Bridge, New Jersey is a Revolutionary War term. It was the scene of a minor battle during the Revolutionary War.
Quaresma is the football player who's name starts with "Q".
there are none. i did not find any.
Quadriceps [muscle's in your thigh's]
Qpr,queen of the south,