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Conditional statement: If n2 equals 64, then n equals 8, where

n2 equals 64 is the hypothesis, and n equals 8 is the conclusion.

In order to obtain the converse of the conditional we reverse the 2 clauses, then the original conclusion becomes the new hypothesis and the original hypothesis becomes the new conclusion. So that,

Converse: If n equals 8, then n2 equals 64.

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Q: What is the converse of If n2 equals 64 then n equals 8?
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