Q: Can a conditional statement serve as a conclusion?

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Hypothesis followed by a conclusion is called an If-then statement or a conditional statement.

Determine the conclusion in this conditional statement. if Larry is in the band then he likes music?

true

Contrapositive

Switching the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement.

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the .... of a conditional statement is found by switching the hypothesis and conclusion .

The inverse of a conditional statement switches the hypothesis and conclusion. The converse of a conditional statement switches the hypothesis and conclusion. The contrapositive of a conditional statement switches and negates the hypothesis and conclusion.

Hypothesis followed by a conclusion is called an If-then statement or a conditional statement.

The converse of this conditional statement would be: if I am in the south, then I am in Mississippi. It essentially swaps the hypothesis and conclusion of the original conditional statement.

Determine the conclusion in this conditional statement. if Larry is in the band then he likes music?

Converse

Switching the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement.

Contrapositive

true

Given a conditional statement of the form:If "hypothesis" then "conclusion",the inverse is:If "not hypothesis" then "not conclusion".

The statement in which the hypothesis becomes the conclusion and vice-versa is called the Converse.

The symbol for a conditional statement is an arrow pointing to the right, "->". It is used to show that one statement (the conclusion) follows from another statement (the hypothesis).